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Regular Meeting 
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f Tuesday, April 7, 1981 

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Executive Session - 5:30 p.m. 

Regular Meeting - 7:30 p.m. 

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I. Roll Call 
II. Pledge of Allegiance 
III. Approval of Minutes - Regular Meeting of March 10, 1981 

IV. Public Response to Initial Wage Proposal to the Governing 

Board from the AFT, Local 2121, the exclusive representative of 

the Faculty Unit; and from the Department Chairperson Council (DCC) , 

the exclusive representative of the Supervisory Unit. 

V. Governing Board Reports 

VI. Reports - Academic Senate, City College 

Faculty Senate, Centers Division 

VII. Adoption of Agenda 

VIII. Chancell or/Superintendent's Resolutions 

Finance (Pages 4-18) 

Opening and reading of sealed proposals to obtain general boiler 
insurance, June 1, 1981 to June 1, 1985. 

Bl - Establishing the appropriations limit for 1980-81 pursuant 
to Government Code Section 7910 

B2 - Authorizing contract with Systems § Computer Technology Corp. , 
to obtain electronic data processing management, professional 
and technical services not to exceed $1,500,000 over a three- 
year period 

B3 - Authorization to transfer $360 from Appropriation for 
Contingencies to Other Contracts for Personal Services, 
District Office 

B4 - Rescission of Board Resolution No. 810310-B17 and authorizing 
contract with Mr. William N. Munday to obtain special 
services and advice as a facilitator for the Centers 
Administrators Retreat, $200. Community College Centers 



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B5 - Authorization to (1) contract with the California State 
Employment Development Department (EDD) through the San 
Prancisco Mayor's Youth Services Office (YSO) and (2) 
appropriate funds receivable upon contract approval by 
State EDD to conduct a youth training program for the 
period May 1, 1981 to May 31, 1982, Community College 
Centers, $31,933. 

B6 - Appropriating assured income in excess of the SFCCD Budget 
for 1980-81 from the General Reserve, in the amount of 
$109,200, Community College Centers. 

B7 - Authorization to contract with the Learning Circle to 
provide the Educator Development Program for staff 
development, for the period April 29, 1981 through 
May 21, 1981, City College of San Francisco and the 
Community College Centers, $3,240. 

B8 - Authorization to contract with Greenwood Lodge, Soquel, 
California, to obtain the use of the facility for the 
City College of San Francisco administrators to participate 
in a two-day training program purchased from the Pacific 
[nstitute. Estimated cost to the District, not to exceed 
$1,425. 

B9 - Authorizing extension of agreement with The Frederic Burk 
Foundation for Education (a non-profit, tax-exempt 
corporation affilated with San Francisco State University) 
to obtain specialized computer services, $3,110, May 1, 1981 
to June 30, 1981 

Equipment, Supplies S Services ( Pa g es 19-24) 

CI - Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
less than $3,000 

C2 - Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
$3,000 or more 

C18 - Acceptance of Gifts - Other Than Motor Vehicles 
Personnel 

D - Classified Personnel, 810407D2-18 (Pages 25-36) 

F - Management Personnel, 810407F1-4 (Pages 37-44) 

G - Certificated Personnel, City College, 810407G1-13 (Pages 45-52) 

H - Certificated Personnel, Categorically Funded Programs, 

City College, 810407-H1 (Pages 53-54) 
J - Certificated Personnel, Categorically Funded Programs, 

Centers Division, 810407J1-3 (Pages 55-59) 
K - Certificared Personnel, Centers Division, 810407K1-18 (Pages 60-72) 
L - Tax Sheltered Annuities (Pages 73-74) 



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Policy Manual (Pages 75-77) 
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- Amending SFCCD Policy Manual, Section 4.09, Use of Slurs 



Legal (p a ge 78) 

Ql - Claim of Angie Pikios against the SFCCD - $231.41 

Superintendent's Resolutions (Pages 79-82) 

SI - Adoption of Instructional Calendars for the Centers 
Division for the Academic Year 1981-82 

X. Requests to Speak 

X . Cha ncel lor/Superintendent and Staff Report s 

Informational Report - Sabbatical Leaves. (P a 8 e °3) 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810407-B1 

Establishing the appropriations limit for 1980-81 
pursuant to Government Code Section 7910 

President and Members: 

The California electorate on November 6, 1979 approved Proposition 4 
(Gann Initiative) which added Article XIII B to the State Constitution to place 
various limitations on the fiscal powers of state and local government. 

SB 1352 (Marks) was enacted by the State Legislature and became effec- 
tive on January 1, 1981 as Chapter 1205, Statutes of 1980. The measure defines 
various terms and prescribes procedures to be used in establishing the appropria- 
tions limit of various agencies such as community college districts. 

Simply stated, the appropriations limit for the succeeding year is the 
appropriations limit for the base year adjusted for inflation and change in popu- 
lation. For a community college district inflation is the lesser of the change 
in cost-of-living or California per capita personal income and change in popula- 
tion is the percentage change in the district's ADA. 

Government Code Section 7910 reads in part as follows: "Each year the 
governing board of each local jurisdiction shall, by resolution, establish its 
appropriations limit for the following fiscal year pursuant to Article XIII B at 
a regularly scheduled meeting or noticed special meeting. Fifteen days prior to 
such meeting documentation used in the determination of the appropriations limit 
shall be available to the public. The determination of the appropriations limit 
is a legislative act " 

On March 10, 1981, the Governing Board adopted Resolution No. 810310-B5 
"Declaring intention to establish appropriations limit for 1980-81 pursuant to 
Government Code Section 7910 at the next regular meeting of the Governing Board 
and making documentation to be used in the determination of the appropriations 
limit available to the public." 

Since March 23, 1981, a six page worksheet setting forth the deriva- 
tion of the appropriations limit has been available for public inspection at 
the District Business Office, Budget Section, 33 Gough Street, San Francisco, 
pursuant to Government Code Section 7910. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Governing Board pursuant to Government Code 

Section 7910 (Gann Limit) establishes the SFCCD appropria- 
tions limit for the fiscal year 1980-81 at $59,469,750.43 based on 
an annual ADA of 28,592. 



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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the actual appropriations for the 

fiscal year 1980-81 do not exceed this 
limit, that supporting documentation has been made available to 
t he public for its review and that any action to set aside or 
annul this action pursuant to Government Code Section 7910 must 
be filed with the Secretary of the Governing Board within 60 days 
of the adoption of this resolution. 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810407-B-2 

Authorizing contract with Systems & Computer Tech- 
nology Corp. to obtain electronic data processing 
management, professional and technical services not 
to exceed $1,500,000 over a three year period. 

President and Members: 

SFCCD issued Request for Proposals (RFP) for a consulting firm to pro- 
vide electronic data processing management, professional and technical services 
for coordinated district-wide EDP activities. Seven proposals were received. 

A review committee, including representatives of the District Staff, 
City College and the Centers Division reviewed the proposals, met with five of 
the offerers, reviewed references and after considerable discussion recommend- 
ing that contract negotiations be initiated with Systems & Computer Technology 
Corp. Staff has negotiated a satisfactory contract and recommends that such 
contract be approved. 

California Government Code Section 53060 reads in part as follows: 
"The legislative body of any public or municipal corporation or district may con- 
tract with and employ any persons for furnishing to the corporation or district 
special services and advice in financial, economic, accounting, engineering, legal 
or administrative matters if such persons are specially trained and experienced 
and competent to perform the special services required." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with Systems & Computer Technology 
Corp. to obtain electronic data processing management, 
professional and technical services in the amount not to 
exceed $1,500,000 over a three year period. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby author- 
ized to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 



Reviewed and approved Submitted by 

as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto Judith Moss 

Vice Chancellor, Business Research Director 



Recommended for adoption 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810407-B3 

Authorization to transfer $360 from Appropriation for 
Contingencies to Other Contracts for Personal Services, 
District Office 

President and Members: 

On March 10, 1981, the Governing Board requested that staff prepare 
a resolution to provide sign language interpreters for Governing Board meetings. 
Since this is a new service not contemplated in the adopted budget, no funds have 
been appropriated for the purpose and a transfer from the appropriation for con- 
tingencies is required to provide the funds. 

It is proposed that persons desiring sign language interpreters shall 
make their request to the Secretary of the Governing Board before noon of the 
business day prior to the day of the Governing Board meeting. It is planned 
that an agreement for interpreter services will be entered into with three 
sign language interpreters so that one will be available to render service 
upon a day's notice. 

California Education Code Section 85200 reads in part as follows: 
"The total amount budgeted as the proposed expenditure of the community college 
district for each major classification of district expenditures listed in the 
district budget forms prescribed by the board of governors shall be the maximum 
amount which may be expended for that classification of expenditures for the 
school year. Transfers may be made from the undistributed reserve (appropriation 
for contingencies) to any expenditure classification or between expenditure classi- 
fications at any time by written resolution of the board of education of any dis- 
trict governed by a board of education, when filed with the county superintendent 
of schools and the county auditor, or by written resolution of the board of trus- 
tees of a community college district not governed by a board of education, when 
approved by the county superintendent of schools and filed with the county auditor. 
A resolution providing for the transfer from the undistributed reserve (appropria- 
tion for contingencies) to any expenditure classif iecation must be approved by a 
two-thirds vote of the members of the governing board; a resolution providing for 
the transfer between expenditure classifications must be approved by a majority 
of the members of the governing board." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code Section 85200, 
transfer be made in the General Fund 

From: SFCCD Appn. DO 8110 90000 $360 

District Administration 
Appropriation for Contingencies 

To: SFCCD Appn. DO 8010 51090 $360 

Governing Board 

Other Contracts for Personal Services 
(Major Budget Classification - Other Operating Expenses) 

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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby author- 
ized to execute all documents necessary to record this transfer on 
the accounts of the San Francisco Controller and the Community College 
District. 

Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



(NOTE: THIS RESOLUTION REQUIRES FIVE (5) AFFIRMATIVE VOTES FOR ADOPTION). 



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Honoarable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 



Subject: Resolution No. 810407-B4 

Rescission of Board Resolution No. 810310-B17 
and authorizing contract with Mr. William N. Munday 
to obtain special services and advice as a facilitator 
for the Centers Administrators Retreat, $200, 
Community College Centers. 



President and Members: 

On March 10, 1981, by Resolution No. 810310-B17, the Governing 
Board authorized the SFCCD to contract with Dr. Dale Tillery to obtain 
special services and advice as a facilitator for the Centers Administrators 
Retreat on March 26, 1981, for a total fee of $200.00. Unfortunately, Dr. 
Tillery became ill and could not act as the facilitator on March 26, 1981. 

In order not to diminish the effectiveness of the retreat, the 
special services of Mr. William N. Munday, Professional Counselor, as a 
facilitator was obtained at the last minute. The fee was $200.00, all 
expenses included. 

California Government Code Section 53060 reads in part as follows: 
"The legislative body of any public or municipal corporation or district may 
contract with and employ any persons for the furnishing to the corporation 
or district special services and advice in financial, economic, accounting, 
engineering, legal, or administrative matters if such persons are specially 
trained and experienced and competent to perform the special services 
required. " 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That Board Resolution No. 810310-B17 is hereby rescinded. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with Mr. William 

N. Munday to obtain special services and 
advice as a facilitator for the Centers Administrators Retreat on 
March 26, 1981, $200.00. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby autho- 
rized to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 



Submitted by, 



Hilary Hsu, Director 
Reviewed and approved Business Services 

as to finance: 

Jun Iwamoto Laurent Broussal, President 

Vice Chancellor, Business Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption : 

Herbert M. Sussman, Chancellor Superintendent 
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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810407-B5 

Authorization to 1) contract with the California State 
Employment Development Department (EDD) through the 
San Francisco Mayor's Youth Services Office (YSO) and 
2) appropriate funds receivable upon contract approval 
by State EDD to conduct a youth training program for 
the period May 1, 1981 to May 31, 1982, Community 
College Centers, $31,933. 

President and Members: 

On November 18, 1980, by Resolution No. 801118-B2, the Governing 
Board endorsed the submission of a concept paper for a youth training 
program to the California State CETA Office for funding by the San Fran- 
cisco Mayor's Youth Services Office, with the SFCCD as a participating 
organization. The proposed program has now been approved for funding by 
the State CETA Office, with the SFCCD as a subcontractor to provide basic 
skills training at the Adult Learning Center. 

The SFCCD now wishes to contract with the California State EDD 
to provide the basic skills training portion of the project as approved 
by the State CETA Office. The training period will be approximately from 
May 1, 1981 through May 31, 1982. 

No District matching funds are required. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice 

Chancellor, Business are hereby authorized to 
contract with the California State Employment Development 
Department for funds to conduct a youth training program for 
the period May 1, 1981 through May 31, 1982, $31,933. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education 

Code Section 85202, which provides 
that the governing board of any community college district 
may budget and use any unbudgeted income furnished during the 
fiscal year from federal or other governmental sources, the 
following General Fund Trust budget revision is hereby author- 
ized to cover the following project for the period May 1, 1981 
to May 31, 1982. 

State Income from State Sources 

California State Employment Development Department $31,933 
Expenditures 

Youth Training Program $31,933 



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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent 

and/or Vice Chancellor, Business are 
hereby authorized to execute all documents necessary to record 
this budget revision on the accounts of the controller and the 
Community College District and to submit any and all reports 
required by the State of California in the administration of 
said program. 

Submitted by, 



Welton Meeks , Director 
Experimental Programs 



Hilary Hsu, Director 
Business Services 



Laurent Broussal, President 
Community College Centers 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution 810407-B6 

Appropriating assured income in excess of the 
SFCCD Budget for 1980-81 from the General 
Reserve, in the amount of $109,200, Community 
College Centers. 

.On August 19, 1980, by Resolution No. 800819-B1 the Governing 
Board adopted the final budget for the SFCCD for the fiscal year 1980-81. 
Included in the General Fund was a revenue amount of $390,000 from the State 
Department of Education, derived from the Adult Education Act of 1966 (P.L. 89-750) 
This amount was based on an application submitted by the District to conduct Adult 
Basic Education classes throughout San Francisco. The approved funding was to 
augment the District budget in providing these classes, as well as to fund 
special activities in Adult Basic Education, e.g., reading diagnostic services. 

Since the adoption of the Final Budget for fiscal 1980-81 by the 
Governing Board, the Centers Division, because of increase in demand, has con- 
tinuously increased its offerings, in Adult Basic Education. Due to this increase 

in our offerings, we would be eligible to obtain an additional $109,200 from the 

State Department of Education. 

Pursuant to Education Code Section 85210, the Governing Board on 
March 24, 1981, adopted Resolution No. 810324-B2 setting forth the need for 
this amount of $109,200. After approval by the San Francisco County Super- 
intendent of Schools, Resolution No. 810324-B2 was published in the San 
Francisco Progress, the official newspaper of the City and County of San 
Francisco, on Friday, April 3, 1981. Therefore, the assured income of 
$109,200 is now available for appropriation. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: In accordance with Education Code Section 85210, 

Resolution No. 810324-B2 was adopted March 24, 1981 
setting forth the need according to major classification 
of expenditures to be met from assured income in excess 
of the total amount anticipated in the SFCCD Budget 1980-81, 
$109,200 and 

WHEREAS: Resolution No. 810324-B2 was approved and published by 
the San Francisco County Superintendent of Schools on 
April 3, 1981 in the same manner as provided for in 
Education Code Section 85003; 

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code 

Section 85210, authorization be and is 
hereby given for appropriation of $109,200 from the General Reserve. 



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TO: SFCCD Appn. A0-8944-13022 $72,491 

Community College Centers Administration 
Instructors - Hourly 
(Major Budget Classification-Certificated Salaries) 

TO: SFCCD Appn. AO-8947-31010 $ 6,209 

Centers Fringe Benefits 
State Retirement- Instructors 
(Major Budget Classification-Fringe Benefits) 

TO: SFCCD Appn. A0-8944-43000 $10,922 

Centers Administration 
Supplies 

(Major Budget Classification-Books, Supplies, 
§ Equipment Replacement) 

TO: SFCCD Appn. AO-8915-43000 $ 3,685. 

Galileo Community College Center 
Supplies 

(Major Budget Classification-Books, Supplies, 
§ Equipment Replacement) 

TO: SFCCD Appn. AO-8919-43000 $ 2,871 

John Adams Community College Center 
Supplies 

(Major Budget Classification-Books, Supplies, 
S Equipment Replacement) 

TO: SFCCD Appn. AO-8911-43000 $ 2,524 

Alemany Community College Center 
Supplies 

(Major Budget Classification-Books, Supplies, 
£ Equipment Replacement) 

TO: SFCCD Appn. AO-8913-43000 $ 7,125 

Chinatown/Northbeach Community College Center 
Supplies 

(Major Budget Classification-Books, Supplies, 
§ Equipment Replacement) 

TO: SFCCD Appn. A0-8929-43000 $ 719 

Downtown Community College Center 
Supplies 

(Major Budget Classification-Books, Supplies, 
§ Equipment Replacement) 

TO: SFCCD Appn. A0-8943-43000 $ 200 

Teachers Resource Center-Supplies 
(Major Budget Classification-Books, Supplies, 
£ Equipment Replacement) f 



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TO: SFCCD Appn. AO-8905-43000 $ 625 

Experimental Programs - 31 Gough 
Supplies 

(Major Budget Classification-Books, Supplies, 
S Equipment Replacement) 

TO: SFCCD Appn. AO-8940-43000 $1,829 

San Francisco Community College Skills Center 
Supplies 

(Major Budget Classification-Books, Supplies, 
§ Equipment Replacement) 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent 

and/or Vice Chancellor, Business are 
hereby authorized to execute all documents necessary to record 
this transfer and appropriation on the acccounts of the San 
Francisco Controller and the Community College District. 

Submitted by, 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Reviewed and approved as to 
finance by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Buesiness- 

Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810407-B7 

Aurthorization to contract with the Learning Circle 
to provide the Educator Development Program for 
staff development, for the period April 29, 1981 
through May 21, 1981, City College of San Francisco 
and the Community College Centers $3,240. 

President and Members: 

The Learning Circle, through its Educator Development Program, 
will offer a unique synthesis of state-of-the-art methods and technology 
for teaching and learning. The program consists of a four week-seminar, 
meeting twice per week. The purpose of these seminars are to expand 
awareness of the brain and its potential, broaden flexibility in teach- 
ing styles, experience methods for accelerated learning, apply multi- 
sensory modes of learning, and enhance skills and abilities in the art 
and science of communications. The period involved is April 29, 1981 
through May 21, 1981. 

California Government Code Section 53060 reads in part as follows: 

"The legislative body of any public or municipal corporation or 
district may contract with and employ any persons for the furnishing to the 
corporation or district special services and advice in financial, economic, 
accounting, engineering, legal, or administrative matters if such persons 
are specially trained and experienced and competent to perform the special 
services required." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with the Learning Circle to 
provide staff development services in the amount of 
$3,240. 

FURTHER BI IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the San Francisco 
Community College District. 



Reviewed and approved as 
to finance by: 



Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Shirley A. Hoskins 

Assistant Dean of Instruction 



Recommended for adoption 



Laurent Broussal, President 
Community College Centers 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Kenneth S. Washington, President 
City College of San Francisco 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Resolution No. 810407-B8 
Subject: Authorization to contract with Greenwood Lodge, Soquel, 
California, to obtain the use of the facility for the 
City College of San Francisco administrators to par- 
ticipate in a two-day training program purchased from 
the Pacific Institute. Estimated cost to the District, 
not to exceed $1,425. 

President and Members: 

The City College of San Francisco administrators plan to have a 
retreat on May 27-28, 1981, at Greenwood Lodge, in Soquel. The purpose 
of this activity will be to present the first set of seminars from the 
"Achieving Your Potential" series purchased from the Pacific Institute last 
year. The effectiveness of this training depends on the ability to set a- 
side large blocks of time away from the workplace to view videotapes, en- 
gage in group discussions and do individual exercise in workbooks. A total 
of twenty hours will be spent on this portion of the program to be followed 
up with additional meetings on the campus. 

The estimated cost to the District for the use of the Lodge's 
facilities and meals for all the City College administrators and the public 
relations officer is not to exceed $1,425. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with the Greenwood Lodge to 
obtain the use of the facility and five meals for 
the administrators attending a two-day retreat on 
May 27-28, 1981, at a cost not to exceed $1,425. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor/ Superintendent 

and/or Vice-Chancellor, Business are 
hereby authorized to execute such contract on be- 
half of the SFCCD. 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Rosa Perez 

Assistant Dean of Students 

City College of San Francsico 



Recommended for adoption: 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College of San Francisco 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810407-B9 

Authorizing extension of agreement with The 
Frederic Burk Foundation for Education (a non- 
profit, tax-exempt corporation affiliated with 
San Francisco State University) to obtain 
specialized computer services, $3,110, May 1, 
1981 to June 30, 1981. 

President and Members: 

The Governing Board by Resolution No. 780905-B16, September 

5, 1978, authorized an agreement in the amount of $13,000 for 
Fiscal Year 1978-1979, and by Resolution No. 790619-B13, June 19, 
1979, authorized an extension of this agreement in the amount of 
$13,780 to April 30, 1980, and by Resolution No. 800506-B4, May 

6, 1980, authorized extension of this agreement in the amount of 
$18,660 to April 30, 1981, to provide special services for coding 
lesson materials in the PILOT and PLANIT languages, debugging and 
adapting pattern recognition programs in FORTRAN, manuscript 
preparation using the text editor and document processor 
subsystems of the College's Honeywell 6000 computer, and data 
entry, editing and verification via various timesharing 
subsystems of the College's Honeywell 6000 computer. 

The College wishes to extend the agreement to June 30, 
1981, for an additional amount not to exceed $3,110. 

This work will be performed in support of the NSF-CAUSE- 
PREPS project and will be fully supported by District matching funds 
for that project. Execution of this agreement with The Frederic 
Burk Foundation for Education is necessary because no one 
available to the College has the necessary level of skills in 
these areas to support the needs of the PREPS project. 

California Government Code Section 53060 reads in part as 
follows: "The legislative body of any public or municipal 
corporation or district may contract with and employ any persons 
for the furnishing to the corporation or district special 
services and advice in financial, economic, accounting, 
engineering, legal, or administrative matters if such persons are 
specially trained and experienced and competent to perform the 
special services required." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD, on behalf of CCSF, extend the 
agreement with The Frederic Burk Foundation for 
Education to obtain special computer services for an amount 
not to exceed $3,110 for May 1, 1981 to June 30, 1981. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent 

and/or the Assistant Chancellor, 
Business, are hereby authorized to execute such extension 
of agreement on behalf of the SFCCD. 



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Submitted by: 



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Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Shirley H. Kelly 
Assistant Dean 
Instruction 



Jun Iwamoto 

Assistant Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Juanita Pascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 
City College 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810407-C1 

Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
less than $3,000 

President and Members: 

Listed below are encumbrances for equipment, supplies, and services 
in individual amounts of less than $3,000.00. Investigation indicates that 
they are necessary for the conduct of the schools, and therefore are recom- 
mended for approval of the Governing Board. It is certified that the items 
listed below are in accord with Governing Board policy and that funds are 
available to cover payment. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the procurement 

of the equipment, supplies, services, etc., totaling 
$116,385.71 in individual amounts of less than $3,000.00 not hereto- 
fore approved as summarized and detailed below: 



PURCHASE ORDERS 



NUMBERS 




NUMBERS 




NUMBERS 




40501 




41815 




42524 




40732 




41831 - 


41840 


42525 




40998 




41876 - 


41880 


42528 - 


42531 


41001 - 


41010 


41966 - 


41970 


42581 - 


42585 


41118 




42021 - 


42030 


42621 - 


42625 


41473 - 


41746 


42040 - 


42045 


42636 = 


42645 


41526 - 


41535 


42061 




42647 




41573 - 


41575 


42084 - 


42085 


42651 - 


42660 


41594 - 


41595 


42099 




42699 - 


42700 


41721 - 


41730 


42105 




42760 




4161] - 


41620 


42120 




42778 - 


42780 


41656 - 


41660 


42199 




42790 




41666 - 


41670 


42396 - 


42397 






41785 




42399 









TOTAL 



$86,957.62 



TERM PURCHASE AGREEMENTS 



NUMBER 



AMOUNT 



0401-H 
0414-1 



$1,500.00 
1,800.00 



TOTAL 



$3,300.00 



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MISCELLANEOUS ENCUMBRANCES 



REVOLVING FUND VOUCHERS 



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NUMBER 


AMOUNT 


0.065 


$ 4,058.78 


0.066 


2,296.20 


0.067 


2,384.79 


0.068 


2,668.88 


0.069 


9,109.73 


DIRECT 


PAYMENT VOUCHERS 


NUMBER 


AMOUNT 


239-A 


$ 103.00 


239 


34.00 


241 


17.05 


242 


1,800.00 


245 


100.00 


246 


800.00 


249 


570.00 


252 


1,666.66 


253 


519.00 



Total $20,518.38 



Total 



$5,609.71 



TOTAL 



$26,128.09 



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GRAND TOTAL 



$116,385.71 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810407-C2 

Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
$3,000 or more 

President and Members: 

The following departmental requests for the purchase of supplies, 
equipment, and services have been received. Investigation indicates that they 
are necessary for the conduct of the schools, and therefore are recommended 
for approval by the Governing Board. It is certified that the items listed 
below are in accord with Governing Board policy and that funds are available 
to cover payment. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the procurement 

of the equipment, supplies, services, etc. summarized 
below: 



REQUISITIONS FOR PURCHASE ORDERS 
NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 



2006 


College 


2018 


College 


2021 


College 


2081 


Centers 


2105 


Centers 


2112 


Centers 


2133 


College 


2141 


College 


2147 


College 


2120 


Centers 


2176 


Centers 


2224 


College 


2230 


Centers 



Aircraft Starter Unit 

Film, Photographic 

Audio Cassettes 

Printed Class Enrollment Forms 

Audio Cassettes 

Locksmith Supplies 

Graphic Art Supplies 

Microcomputer 

Tab Stock Forms 

Duplicators 

Office Supplies 

Paper, Toilet and Towels 

Paper, Xerographic 



TOTAL 



AMOUNT 

$10,171.00 

3,034.00 

5,500.00 

5,027.00 

4,040.00 

4,311.00 

3,130.00 

21,455.00 

3,732.00 

4,744.00 

3,864.00 

6,582.00 

3,755.00 

$79,345.00 



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TERM PURCHASE AGREEMENTS 



NUMBER DIVISION 
OOllA District 



0034A 



District 



DESCRIPTION AMOUNT 

Additional Funds for SFCCD's Estimated 

Contribution Requirements to California 

State Teachers' Retirement Fund $272,000.00 

Additional Funds for SFCCD's Contribution 

for Unemployment Insurance 9,200. 00 

TOTAL $281,200.00 



DIRECT PAYMENT VOUCHERS 

NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 

240 District Federal Income Tax Deposit 

243 District Student Union Revenue Bond of 1969 

Interest and Redemption 

244 District Foods & Service for City College Cafeteria 

247 College Postal Mailing Permit # 8905 Deposit 

248 College Funds in Basic Educational Opportunity 

Grant Program 

250 District Bulk Mailing Permit # 13842 Deposit 

251 College Funds in National Direct Student Loan Program 

253 College Funds in Supplemental Educational 

Opportunity Program 

254 



District Federal Income Tax Deposit 



TOTAL 



GRAND TOTAL 



AMOUNT 
$ 11,375.95 

12,575.00 

45,085.85 

4,000.00 

125,000.00 

8,151.00 

15,000.00 

75,000.00 

43,262.00 

$339,449.80 

$699,994.80 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintednetn 



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Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamo t o 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810407-Ci8 

Acceptance of Gifts - Other Than Motor Vehicles 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 72241 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may accept on behalf 
of, and in the name of, the district such gifts, donations, bequests, and 
devises as are made to the district for community college purposes or to or 
for the benefit of any community college administered by the district. Such 
gifts, donations, bequests, and devises may be made subject to such conditions 
or restrictions as the governing board may prescribe. In no event shall the 
approval of any state agency be a prerequisite to acceptance of such a gift, 
donation, bequest, or devise. No real or personal property including money, 
accepted by a governing board pursuant to this section shall be considered 
in determining the eligibility of the district for an apportionment from the 
State School Fund nor in determining the amount thereof." 

SFCCD Policy Manual 8.08 Acceptance of Gifts provides that 
(1) motor vehicles, (2) aircraft, (3) cash, (4) securities, (5) precious 
stones, (6) precious metals, and (7) goods other than (1) to (6) above, with 
a market value exceeding $500.00 be accepted by the SFCCD by a Governing 
Board resolution. 

From time to time an item is offered as a gift to the SFCCD to be 
used for educational purposes. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: The SFCCD has been tendered the following items as gifts: 

Item No. 1 

Description: 1. 200 Watch Movements; 

2. Watch Timing Machine; 

3. Assorted hand tools: pin vices, staff removers, 
wrenches, needle files, pivot drills, case tools, 
gravers, gauges; 

4. Stem, Crown, Jewel, Mainspring, Screw, File, 
Roller Jewel, Roller Table, Hairspring and 
Bushing Assortments. 

Donor: Mr. Paul Lichtman 

110 1st Street 

San Francisco, CA 94100 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $1,500.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 



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T tera No. 2 

Description: Miscellaneous Geological Journals and Books 
Conor: Edgar H. Bailey, Research Geologist 

United States Geological Survey 

Branch of Western Mineral Resources 

345 Middlefield Road MS 26 

Menlo Park, CA 94025 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $4,288.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 



WHEREAS: Mr. George L. Redden, Director, John O'Connell Community 

College Center, and Mr. Laurent R. Broussal, President, 
Community College Centers, declare that the gift, Item No. 1 above, 
will enhance the jewelry program at John O'Connell Community College 
Center, and recommend the acceptance of the gift, and 

WHEREAS: Dr. Kenneth S. Washington, President, City College, declares 

that the gift, Item No. 2 above, will enhance the geology 
program at City College, and recommends the acceptance of the gift, 

now 



THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That the gifts described above be 

gratefully accepted by the Governing 
Board of the San Francisco Community College District for and in 
the name of the San Francisco Community College District. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That upon transfer of legal title of the 

gifts described above, the Secretary of 
the Governing Board is directed to notify the donors of the 
acceptance of the gifts by the Governing Board. 

Submitted by, 



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Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810407-D2 

Eleventh Amendment to the Annual Classified Positions 
Resolution 1980-81 

President and Members: 

The Annual Classified Positions Resolution enumerates all classified 
positions of the San Francisco Community College District continued or created by 
the Governing Board in adopting the tentative budget. As positions are created, 
deleted, classified, reclassified or changed as to number of positions, class 
title, or rate of compensation during the year, the Annual Classified Positions 
Resolution is amended to reflect these changes. This amendment is such a change. 
The effective date and the nature of the change is indicated below: 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Annual Classified Positions Resolution 1980-81 
as amended be hereby amended as indicated below: 



Amendment 



Class and Item Number 



Compensation 
Schedule 



Section 669010 D - District Office Division - Salaries 

1 deleted 1424 Clerk Typist o 

1 added 6 1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 

Effective 04/07/81 to reflect action of CSC at its meeting of 12/05/77 
adopting the SFCCD general classification survey. 



$ 424 B 510 
465 B 560 



Position budgeted but no funds provided 



Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolutions No. 810407-D3 to 810407-D18 
Classified Personnel 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 810407-D3 to 810407-D18 cover routine appointments, 
appointment CETA program, appointments college aides, transfers college aides, 
releases, transfers, resignations, salary increment increases, amendment leave and 
change of status, all in accordance with the Civil Service procedures of the City 
and County of San Francisco. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption: 



Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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APPOINTMENTS 



810407-D3 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following named person be appointed for permanent 

duty subject to the usual probationary period to be 
effective on date as shown below: 



JONES, Keith E. 



Class 



1402 Jr. Clerk 



Location 



Effective 



CC Centers Div. 03/25/81 



Salary 
$341 BW 



810407-D4 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed for temporary 
duty, location and effective dates as shown below: 



LE, Thuy 

SCHERER, George J. 

GEE, Jack 



Class 



Location 



Effective 



1424 Clerk Typist ITP (Alemany CCC) 03/11/81 

3410 Assistant City College 03/11/81 

Gardener 
3537 TIA Media CC Centers Div. 03/11/81 

Services Manager 



Salary 
$424 BW 
$580 BW 
$641 BW 



810407-D5 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed for 
Exempt Civil Service duty, not to exceed 70 hours 
per month, location and effective dates as shown below: 



KARK, Bruno Field 
NORRITO, Elizabeth 
OROPEZA, Juana 
SAUCEDA, Linda D. 
HUI, Pearl Soo-Yuk 
SHAPIRO, Ilene L. 
FONG, Verena 
CROSBY, Copley 

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Class 



Location 



1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. Galileo CCC 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. Career Guidance 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. City College 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. Career Guidance 

1424 Clerk Typist, Galileo CCC 

P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, CC Centers Div. 

P.T. 

3591 College Aide, City College 

P.T. (Cafeteria) 

3598 School Aide III, Mission CCC 

P.T. 



Effective 

03/25/81 

03/18/81 

03/12/81 

04/01/81 

03/25/81 

03/23/81 

03/04/81 

02/23/81 



temporary 
or $376.00 



Salary 
$4.2625 H 
$4.2625 H 
$4.2625 H 
$4.2625 H 
$5.3000 H 
$5.3000 H 
$3.4700 H 
$5.0000 H 



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APPOINTMENTS 



810407-D5 



Name 



(Continued) 

Class 



Location 



Effective 



03/16/81 



POHLMANN, Frederick 3598 School Aide City College 

III, P.T. 
RICHARDS, Edward 8202 Security Guard, J. O'Connell CCC 03/25/81 

P.T. 



Salary 
$5.0000 H 
$5.3250 H 



APPOINTMENT 
CETA PROGRAM 



810407-D6 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following named person be appointed for temporary 

duty under the CETA Program, location and effective date as 
shown below: 



CRAWFORD, Alta 



Class 



1402 Jr. Clerk 



Location 



Effective 



District Office 03/11/81 



Salary 
$341 BW 



APPOINTMENTS 
COLLEGE AIDES 

810407-D7 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed temporary 

3591 College Aide, City College, WORK STUDY PROGRAM, salary 
at the rate of $3.47 per hour, effective on dates as shown below: 



Name 



CHAN, Katrine 



Effective Name 



Effective 



02/11/81 Mitchell, Svein-Erik 02/11/81 



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810407-D8 RESOLVED; That the following named persons be appointed 3591 College 

Aide, City College, temporary Exempt Civil Service duty, 
REGULAR PROGRAM, (Lab. Attendants), salary at the rate of $3.47 per 
hour not to exceed $376.00 or 70 hours per month, effective on dates 
as shown below: 



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Name Effective 

GIZDICH, Jeanette M. 03/11/81 

KWOK, Sandra M. 03/11/81 

LE, Chan N. 03/25/81 

LEE, David 03/11/81 

LEDGER, Stephanie A. 03/11/81 

MUHLEMAN, Violet E. 02/11/81 

NEFF, Kathy S. 03/11/81 

PHAM, Thai T. 03/11/81 



Name 

QUAN, Marsha 
RABARA, Edita 
SUN, Joseph Y. 
SUN, Peter Y. 
TALAMATI, Meli 
TOKUGAWA, Paula A. 
WALLACE, Michael W. 



Effective 

02/11/81 
03/25/81 
03/11/81 
03/11/81 
03/11/81 
03/11/81 
02/11/81 



TRANSFERS 
COLLEGE AIDES 



810407-D9 RESOLVED: That Annie TSE, 3591 College Aide, temporary Exempt Civil 

Service employee assigned to City College REGULAR PROGRAM, 
be transferred to WORK STUDY PROGRAM, effective 03/11/81. 



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810407-D10 RESOLVED: That the following 3591 College Aides, temporary Civil 

Service employees, assigned to City College WORK STUDY 
PROGRAM, be transferred to REGULAR PROGRAM, effective on dates as 
shown below: 



Name 

ALVONNE, Robinson 
BUI, Ha Thuy 
CHAN, Katrine 
CHIN, Patrick 
ELLIS, Bettie 
HWANG, Hsin Ming 
KAZMIEROWSKI, Wladyslaw 
KUNG, Chaung 
MENDOZA, Renne 
OSORIO, Jaime 
PHAM, Lieu T. 
REYNOLDS, William 



Effective 

02/25/81 
02/25/81 
02/25/81 
03/25/81 
02/25/81 
03/11/81 
03/11/81 
03/25/81 
02/25/81 
03/11/81 
03/11/81 
02/25/81 



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RELEASES 



810407-D11 



Name 



GEE, Jack 



RESOLVED; That the following temporary person be released close of 
day on date as shown below: 



Class 



Location 



Effective 



7302 Audio Visual Equip. CC Centers Division 03/10/81 
Technician 



810407-D12 RESOLVED: That the following Exempt Civil Service persons be released 

from their temporary appointments close of day on dates as 
shown below: 



Name 



Class 



CHRISTENSEN, Melissa L. 1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 



SANCHEZ, Tulio 
GONZALES, Nydia 
LOW, Gordon 
GUTIERREZ, Joseph S, 
KARK, Bruno Field 
AVANT, Anthony 
JOHNSON, Kerry 
ARMSTRONG, Susan 
WARD, James 6. 
PONS, Raymond F. 
POSADA, William E. 



1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 
1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1745 TLA Computer 

Services, P.T. 
1760 Offset Machine 

Operator, P.T. 
3591 College Aide, P.T. 

3597 School Aide II, 
P.T. 

3597 School Aide II, 
P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, 
P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, 

P.T. 
8202 Security Guard, 

P.T. 
8272 TIA Campus 

Control, P.T. 



Location 
Career Guidance 
Career Guidance 
J. Adams CCC 
Downtown CCC 
Galileo CCC 
Galileo CCC 
City College 
City College 
City College 
Mission CCC 
Galileo CCC 
J. O'Connell 



Effective 

03/06/81 

02/27/81 

07/01/80 

03/10/81 

01/30/81 

03/24/81 

03/10/81 

03/10/81 

03/10/81 

01/31/81 

02/26/81 

03/05/81 



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TRANSFERS 

810407-D13 RESOLVED: That the following named permanent persons be transferred 

as shown below: 



Name 

BEY, Victor 

LOPES, Joseph V. 



Class 



From 



To 



Effective 



2709 Sch. Custodian CC Ctrs. Div. City College 03/25/81 
2709 Sch. Custodian City College CC Ctrs. Div. 3 / 25/81 



RESIGNATIONS 

810407-D14 RESOLVED: That the resignations of the following temporary employees 

be accepted close of day on dates as shown below: 



Name 

HUI, Helen 

BROWN, Alison M. 



Class 

1488 TIA Evaluation 

Technician 
1842 Management 

Assistant 



Location 
City College 
Career Guidance 



Effective 

03/18/81 

03/23/81 



SALARY INCREMENT 
INCREASES 



810407-D15 RESOLVED: 



That the salaries of the following named persons be 
increased effective on dates as shown below: 



Name 


Class 

1220 Payroll Clerk 


Location 
Downtown CCC 


Effec. 


From 


B 


To 


MANGLICMOT, Anna S. 


05/01/81 


$519 


$544 


PON, Patricia 


1220 Payroll Clerk 


Mission CCC 


05/21/81 


$496 


B 


$519 


WILLIAMS, Larry G. 


1404 Clerk 


City College 


05/14/81 


$469 


B 


$491 


LEE, Shou-Lane 


1424 Clerk Typist 


CC Ctrs. Div. 


05/13/81 


$465 


B 


$487 


LIU, Scarlett C. 


1424 Clerk Typist 


City College 


05/22/81 


$465 


B 


$487 


S00-H00, Betty 


1424 Clerk Typist 


City College 


05/24/81 


$487 


B 


$510 


MITCHELL, Yolanda 


1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 


City College 


05/12/81 


$510 


B 


$534 


VORA, Anita 


1488 TIA Evaluation 
Technician 


City College 


05/19/81 


$494 


B 


$517 


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SALARY INCREMENT 
INCREASES 

810407-D15 (Continued) 



Name 

TOM, Brian J. 
VALLE, Norma B. 
RE, Douglas J. 



Class 

1630 Account Clerk 

1630 Account Clerk 



1869 TIA Computer 
Services Manager 
GALLEGOS, Bonnie C. 2709 Sch. Custodian 



MORRIS, Willie 
SCOTT, Joseph 
SMITH, Henry 
WALTON, Dorothy L. 
WALTON, Glen E. 
WILEY, Wallace 



2709 Sch. Custodian 

2709 Sch. Custodian 

2709 Sch. Custodian 

2709 Sch. Custodian 

2709 Sch. Custodian 

2709 Sch. Custodian 



Location 


Effec. 


From 
$480 


B 


To 


CC Ctrs. Div. 


05/08/81 


$503 


District Office 05/23/81 


$503 


B 


$526 


Downtown CCC 


05/19/81 


$721 


B 


$755 


City College 


05/01/81 


$549 


B 


$575 


City College 


05/01/81 


$549 


B 


$575 


City College 


05/21/81 


$500 


B 


$524 


City College 


05/08/81 


$500 


B 


$524 


City College 


05/09/81 


$549 


B 


$575 


City College 


05/07/81 


$549 


B 


$575 


City College 


05/07/81 


$500 


B 


$524 



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AMENDMENT 
LEAVE 



810407-D16 



RESOLVED: That the leave of absence of Vert is G. DITRAPANI, permanent 

2615 School Lunchroom Helper, P.T., on Resolution No. 810324-D12 
effective 01/07/81 be amended to read effective 02/10/81. 



CHANGE OF STATUS 

_— _ — — — — —^ 

810407-D17 RESOLVED: That Ava SMITH, temporary 1426 Sr. Clerk Typist assigned 

to City College, be released cod 03/24/81; and that effective 
03/25/81 she be appointed permanent 1426 Sr. Clerk Typist, subject to the 
usual probationary period, assigned to the same department. 



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CHANGE OF STATUS 

810407-018 RESOLVED: That Raul ROBERTO, temporary 1870 Programmer Analyst Trainee 

assigned to CC Centers Division, be released cod 03/24/81 
(permanent 1950) ; and that effective 03/25/81 he be appointed permanent 
1872 Programmer Analyst, subject to the usual probationary period, 
assigned to the same department. 



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SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 

Classified Employees 
(Includes Permanent, Temporary & Part-time) 
New Employees Ethnic Survey 
As of April 7, 1981 



1 


B 


F 


1402 


Jr. 


Clerk 


1 


B 


M 


1402 


Jr. 


Clerk 


1 


A/PI 


F 


1402 


Jr. 


Clerk, P.T. 


1 


H 


F 


1402 


Jr. 


Clerk, P.T. 


1 


W 


F 


1402 


Jr. 


Clerk, P.T. 


1 


B 


F 


1402 


Jr. 


Clerk, P.T. 


1 


W 


M 


1402 


Jr. 


Clerk 


1 


A/PI 


F 


1424 


Clerk Typist 


1 


W 


F 


1424 


Clerk Typist, P.T. 


1 


A/PI 


F 


1424 


Clerk Typist, P.T. 


1 


W 


M 


3410 


Assistant Gardener 


2 


W 


M 


3598 


Sch 


ool Aide III, P.T 


1 


B 


M 


8202 


Security Guard, P.T. 



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SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES 

(Includes Permanent, Temporary & Part-Time) 
ETHNIC SURVEY 
AS OF April 7, 1981 

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 





White 


■ ■■ 
Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Am. Ind. 
Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


123 


83 


34 


58 


23 




321 


Female 


187 


• 77 


49 


81 


32 


2 


428 


Total 


310 


160 


83 


139 


55 

■ 


2 


749 



PERCENTAGE 





White 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Am. Inc. 

Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


16.3 


11.1 


4.6 


7.8 


3.1 




42.9 


Female 


25.0 


10.3 


6.5 


10.8 


4.2 


.3 


57.1 


Total 


41.3 


21.4 


11.1 


18.6 

■ 


7.3 


.3 


100.00 



Male 




SAN 


FRANCISCO 


LABOR F0RC1 






55.7% 


Female 


1970 CENSUS 


44.3% 


Total 


60.9% 


11.6% 


12.8% 


10.6% 


3.8% 


.3% 


100.0% 



D3 to D18 
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Pac. Is. - Pacific Islander 
Am. Ind. - American Indian 
Ak. Nat. - Alaskan Native 



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SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLECF. DISTRICT 

CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES 
(Includes Permanent, Temporary L Part-Time) 
ETHNIC SURVEY 
AS OF April 22, 1930 



NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 





White 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Am. 
Ak. 


Ind. 

Nat. 


TOTAL 


Male 


107 


80 • 


29 


69 




285 


Female 


195 


58 


40 


117 


1 


411 


TOTAL 


302 


138 


69 


186 


1 


696 



PERCENTAGE 





■ ■ ■ — .■■■ ■ . ■■ 

White 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Am. Ind. 
Ak. Nat. 


TOTAL 


Male 


15.37 


11.50 


4.17 


9.91 




40.95 


Female 


23.02 


3.33 ; 


5.75 


16.81 


\14 


59. 05 


TOTAL 


43.39 


19.83 


9.92 


26.72 


.14 


100-00 



'SF-HJ/0 
Census 



59.46 



13.42 



11.97 



14.74 



.41 



100.00 



D3-D34 

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04/2 2/ 80 



Pac. Is. - Pacific Islander 
Am. Ind. - American Indian 
Ak. Nat. - Alaskan Native 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810407-F1 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 

President and Members: 

Resolution No. 810407-F1 covers a management personnel item 
for the San Francisco Community College Centers Division. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective May 1, 1981, FRANCES F. LEE, 

Schedule II Counselor, Chinatown/North Beach 
Community College Center of the Community College Centers, 
be and is hereby appointed Director, China town /North Beach 
Community College Center of the Community College Centers. 
Salary shall be in accordance with the 1980-81 Management 
Salary Schedule, Classification C, Step 1. 

Submitted by, 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



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Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancel lor/Superintendent 



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Frances F. Lee 

63 Aloha Avenue 

San Francisco, California 94122 

Home (415) 564-6512 

Work (415) 391-7583 



Education 



M.S.W.- 1966 Fresno State University 
Major: Social Work 

B.A. - 1963 San Jose State University 
Major: Social Welfare 
Minor: Psychology 

A. A. - 1961 City College of San Francisco 

Credentials 

California Community College Counselor Credential-Valid for Life 
Qualify for a Community College Supervisory Credential 

Work Experience 

Counselor - Schedule II Chinatown North/Beach Community 
College Center, SFCCD, May, 1978- present 

Part-time - October, 1973 - May, 1978 

Duties include: COORDINATE the classes at the 

Chinatown Resources Development Center 
and Baptist sites, educational and 
employment counseling, career and 
personal' guidance, testing, scheduling, 
programming; 

ORGANIZE and GIVE workshops to students 
on health services, educational services, 
and other community services. 

act as CONSULTANT to CRDC teachers and 
staff, inservice training and development 
as related to student background, needs and 
special programs. 

INITIATE, DEVELOP, SUPERVISE the Summer 
1979 ESL program, RAISE private fundings, 
RECRUIT, INTERVIEW, HIRE teachers, 
ADMINISTER the enrollment of students, plan 
INSERVICE training for teachers, NEGOTIATE 
for space, (this two month program served 
over 300 adult immigrant students and hired 
a total of 20 teachers) 



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Con sul t ant to the Center for Southeast Asian Refugees 

2256 Van Ness Ave. San Francisco 94109 1977 

Advise and oversee staff development and training, 
assist the development of an ESL/Work Study program. 

Coordinator and Writer of the SFCCD Facilities Needs Study for 
Chinatown Area - Dec. 1976 - Feb. 1977 

This 62 page in depth study include 

a) a description of the characteristics of the Chinatown 
North/Beach area and of the Chinese population in S.F. 

b) description of the past and present programs, 

c) a description and justification of projected programs 
based on the student population described in (a) 

Submitted to Calif. Postsecondary Education Commission, 
was considered by the Comm. as the most outstanding study 
submitted in 1977. 

(Reference: Dr. Louis Batmale - former chancellor, 239-5436) 



Executive Director - Chinese Newcomers Service Center 

816 Sacramento Street I 

San Francisco, CA. 1969 - 1973 

The functions are: 

1. administration and coordination of the entire program 
which included the following services for immigrants: 
drop-in service, 24-hour telephone exchange, interpreter 
services, home visitations and aides training. 

2. Personnel 

Selection, hiring, evaluation and firing staff. 
Supervision of agency staff, training of part-time aides. 

3. Business Management of Center and Funding 
Proposal writing (resulted in a contract with S.F. 

Department of Social Service for After-Hour Services) 
Budget preparation, accountable for spending 
Purchasing 
Fundraiising 

4. Community Relations 

Publicizing to community groups regarding the Center' Services 
Membership in community committees e.g. Northeast Mental 

Health Board, M.D.T.A. Advisory Committee. 
Contacting family associations in conjunction with fundraising. 

(Note: This agency began with "seed" money from the San J 

Francisco Foundation. I left after I was able to 
help it to gain United Way (UBAC) membership for 
stable funding) 

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Social Worker - International Institute 
2209 Van Ness Avenue 
San Francisco, Calif. 1966-1969 

Counseling with different immigrants - especially 
Chinese, Spanish speaking, Philipinos, Koreans 
in their adjustment to U.S., also provide technical 
immigration services. 

Social Worker - Madera Child Care Center 
Madera, Calif. 

(student placement - 2nd. year) Sept. 1965 - Jan. 19g£, 
Counsel predominately black families , 
provide services in parent education. 

Social Worker - S.F. Department of Social Services 
San Francisco, Calif. 1963-1964 

case worker for elderly welfare recipients 

living in the Marina and Pacific Heights Districts 

and who are of predominately Italian speaking. 



Professional Activities 

Chinatown North/Beach Faculty Council- President, current year 
co-chairing sub. -committee to develop curriculum and 
resource file for CN/B CCC, ESL 50 classes (in response 
to need expressed by ESL 50 teachers) 

'/ 

Chinese Advisory Committee to SFCCD, 1971-present 
served on Program Committee, Execuitve Comm. 

Wah Mei Bilingual School - Board member 1976-present 
Personnel Comm. -chairperson 

Intergrated Competency Based Bilingual Vocational ESL prdject- 
Advisory Comm. member 1977-1978 

advised in development of curriculum for low-level 
ESL students with vocational needs, especially on the 
innovative bilingual component. 

Asian Coalition of the SFCCD, Centers' Division-chairperson, 1977-78 

Foreign Language Skills 

Bilingual and biliterate in Chinese and English 
Fluent in two Cantonese dialects and Mandarin. 



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References 



Mr. Lambert Tate Choy, President of Social Service Commission 

Executive Director of Self-Help for the Elderly 

640 Pine Street 

San Francisco, Calif. 982-9171 (W) 282-2990 V (H) 

Mrs. Harriet Ha^er (fetuveir director of Chinatown Resources Development Ct.) 

Haber and Associates 
1255 Post Street, suite 625 
San Francisco, Calif. 94109 771-0910 

Mr. David Hemphill, Education Coordinator 

Chinatown Resources Development Center 

615 Grant Ave. 4th floor 

San Francisco, Calif. 94108 391-7583 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810407-F2 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 

President and Members: 

Resolution No. 810407-F2 covers a management personnel item for 
City College of San Francisco. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective August 1, 1981, through January 18, 1982 

(110 service days), SARAH C. WONG, Interim Vice President, 
Student Services, City College of San Francisco, on leave from her 
position as Assistant Dean, Student Services, City College of San 
Francisco, be granted the first half of a split sabbatical leave for 
Special Project. 

Submitted by, 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancel lor /Superintendent 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College of San Francisco 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 

Recommended for adoption: 



0A/07/81-F2 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810407-F3 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 

President and Members: 

Resolution No. 810407-F3 covers a management personnel item 
for the San Francisco Community College Centers Division. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That BERNA H. KATUNA, Assistant Director, Mission 
Community College Center of the Community College 
Centers, be granted sabbatical leave for study/ travel for the 
school year 1981-82. 

Submitted by, 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancel lor /Superintendent 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



04/07/81-F3 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 



» 



Subject: Resolution No. 810407-F4 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 



President and Members: 



Resolution No. 810407-F4 amends Resolution No. 810203-F1 covering a 
management personnel item for City College of San Francisco. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That Resolution No. 810203-F1 be amended to read as 

follows: That effective January 19, 1981 , through 
June 30, 1981, ANNIE M. YOUNG be placed on leave from her position 
as Librarian, City College of San Francisco, and that she be appointed 
as Acting Assistant Dean, Library Services, City College, vice 
IOLE MATTEUCIG, on sabbatical leave. Salary to be in accordance with 
the 1980-81 Management Salary Schedule, Classification A, Step 1. 

Submitted by, 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College of San Francisco 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 



04/07/81-F4 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 



Subject: Resolutions No. 810407G1-G14 

Certificated Personnel, City College Division 



President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 810407G1-G14 cover certificated personnel 
items for the City College Division. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Juanita U. Pascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 



Recommended for Adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Assistant Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancel lor/ Superintendent 



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Kenneth S. Washington 
President 



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810407-G1 

Hourly 

Teaching 

Appointments 

Spring 

Semester 

1981 



RESOLVED: That the following named instructors be appointed 
to teach for the number of hours per week set opposite their names 
during the Spring Semester, 1981. Unless otherwise indicated, the 
effective dates for Day and Evening hours are February 3, 1981 
through June 15, 1981. Salary shall be in accordance with the 
current salary schedule, instructional rate: 



Name 



Department 



Day 
Hours 



Eve/Sat Total 
Hours Weekly 



Effective 
Dates 



+POON, GORDON 
*SHELDON, PHILLIP 
*TSUI, STEPHEN 



Study Center 

Biology 

Business 



3 4/29-6/5/81 
6 3/30-6/15/81 
5 3/17-6/15/81 



810407-G2 
Changes in 
Hourly 
Appointments 
Spring 1981 



RESOLVED: That the following changes in hourly teaching 
appointments be noted. Unless otherwise indicated, the effective 
dates for Day and Evening hours are February 3 through June 15, 
1981. Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary 
schedule, instructional rate: 



Name 



Department 



Day Eve/Sat Total Effective 
Hours Hours Weekly Dates 



Increase 
HORNER, DON 



From Music 
To Music 
And Music 



4/6-6/5/81 



JOHNSON, DAVID 



From Business 
To Business 
And Business 



3/31-5/26/81 



Decrease 
TUCKER, BRENDA 



Cancel 

ERSHOV, LUDMILA 
WADEMAN, CLEONA 
YEE, DONALD 



From Study Ctr. 


6 


And Study Ctr. 


3 


And Study Ctr. 


9 


To Study Ctr. 


6 


And Study Ctr. 


3 


And Study Ctr. 


9 


And Study Ctr. 


6 


And Study Ctr. 


9 


Foreign Lang. 




Legal Asstg. 




Business 





6 
3 
9 
6 
3 
9 
6 
9 



2/3-2/10/81 

2/11-3/13/81 

3/16-6/5/81 

2/3-2/10/81 

2/11-3/13/81 

3/16-3/18/81 

3/19-4/27/81 

4/27-6/5/81 



2/5/81 

2/10/81 

3/13/81 



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810407-G3 RESOLVED: That resolution 810324-G4, Special Assignment, 

Amendment to Instructional Computing Laboratory, be amended in part as follows: 
Resolution 

Increase 
+DUNBAR, ROBERT from 4 hrs/wk. to 6.5 hrs/wk. 



810407-G4 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810310-G29, Concert/Lecture Series, 
be amended in part as follows: 

Change names of performers 

from Yiame Arabia _to Jaime Arabia 

from Sylvia Aguirra to Sylvia Aguirre 

Delete 

"In White America", Ricky Baker, Producer 



810407-G5 RESOLVED: That effective close of day, June 15, 1981, the 

Resignation resignation of MARKUS, JACK, be accepted at his request. 



810407-G6 RESOLVED: That effective March 18, 1981, the resignation 

Resignation of ELSON, LAWRENCE M. , be accepted at his request. 



810407-G7 RESOLVED: That the following named certificated personnel 

Hourly be appointed to serve as hourly substitutes for absent instructors 
Substitutes for the Academic Year, 1980-81. Salary shall be in accordance 
with the current salary schedule, instructional rate: 

Name 

BENNETT, JOHN C. 
BLOOMSTEIN, CAROLE 
COLES, LYNN 
VLAMIS, SOPHIA 
WIN IK, MARTA 



810407-G8 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 800819-G19, After School Activities, 
Physical Education, North, be amended in part as follows: 



By Assignment 

Delete 

DENIANKE, PAULETTE 

MESTAZ, JEANNE 



Dance 



650 hours 



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Add 

BURICK, KATHLEEN 

WATSON, VALERIE 



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810407-G9 
Retirement 
State 
System 



RESOLVED: That recognition be given of the intent to retire 
through the State Teachers' Retirement System of the following 
named certificated personnel on June 15, 1981, close of day: 



Name 

MEITZ, KENNETH 

HABERSHAM, EZEKIEL 



Department 
Counseling 
Counseling 



810407-G10 
Early 

Retirement 
Contract 



RESOLVED: That authorization is hereby given to contract 
with HABERSHAM, EZEKIEL, under the Early Retirement Program as 
provided in the Agreement between AFT Local 2121 and the San 
Francisco Community College District, Article 17.12, et seq. 
This particular Agreement shall be for the period of two con- 
secutive academic years, 1981-82 and 1982-83. 



810407-G11 RESOLVED: That effective September 8, 1981 through 
Sabbatical January 29, 1982, the following named certificated personnel be 
Leaves granted a sabbatical leave of absence for the reasons indicated 
(2nd half of split sabbatical) . 



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Name 

DEGROOT, PETER H. 

POON, GORDON 



Reason 

Project 

Study/Project 



810407-G12 
L eaves of 
Absence 



RESOLVED: That for the effective dates shown, the following 
named certificated personnel be granted leaves of absence for the 
reasons indicated: 



Name 

BERKE, ROBERT S. 
DANFORTH, SUSAN P. 
JOHNSON, MARSHALL 
BARGIONI, DIANA 



Reason 

Personal Business 

Personal Business 

Study 

Professional Growth 



Effective Dates 
9/8/81-6/21/82 
9/8/81-6/21/82 
9/8/81-1/29/82 

9/8/81-6/21/82 



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810407-G13 RESOLVED: That the following named individuals be appointed 

Concert/ for the dates shown and be granted the honorarium indicated: 

Lecture 

Series Performer: Najuma for Berkeley High School 

Date: April 22, 1981 — 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. 

Location: Dance Studio, North Gym 
Concerts Honorarium: $200 

Concert: Dance Recital 

This dance group consists of high school and college students who 
perform African, jazz and modern dance in traditional costume to 
live and recorded music. They have performed in various colleges 
and other schools in the Bay Area. 

Performer: United Front for Lewis Jordan 

Date: April 28, 1981—11 a.m. 

Location: A133 

Honorarium: $100 

Concert: Improvisational Jazz 

United Front, a jazz trio of Lewis Jordan, alto sax, George Sams, 
trumpet, and Mark Izu, bass, has performed locally at the Keystone, 
Fort Mason and New College, as well as in Germany and Holland. 
Their first album, "Path with a Heart", is on RPM Records. Most 
material is original and improvisation is stressed. 

Performer: Element, led by Brad Buethe 

Date: May 1, 1981—12:00 - 1:00 p.m. 

Location: Student Union 

Honorarium: $300 

Concert: Jazz & Pop Music 

This four-piece jazz/pop band has played on many college campuses, 
i.e., Stanford, U. C. Berkeley, S. F. State. Brad Buethe, the 
group's leader, teaches guitar at Blue Bear School of Music. 

Performer: Orchestra Sabrosita 

Date: May 5, 1981—2:00 p.m. 

Location: Student Union, Lower Level 

Honorarium: $400 

Concert: Salsa Music 

This all woman, 12-piece band has been playing in various clubs 
as well as for numerous benefits in the San Francisco community. 

Lectures Lecturer: James Cotter 

. Date: March 17, 1981—6:30 - 7:30 p.m. 

Location: Sunset Center 

Honorarium: $15 

Subject: Murals 

Artist James Cotter, a member of the Sunset Mural Workshop, will 
discuss the murals he has designed and painted around the City. 

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810407-G13 Lecturer: Judith Lynch 

(continued) Date: March 31, 1981—6:30 - 9:30 p.m. 

Location: Sunset Center 

Honorarium: $25 

Subject: S. F. Victorian Architecture 

Judith Lynch, author of three books on Victorian architecture, has 
compiled a slide presentation on San Francisco buildings. 

Lecturer: Allan Pollard 

Date: April 1, 1981 — 3 p.m. 

Location: Student Union 

Honorarium: $75 

Subject: Lecture and Chess Demonstration 

Allan Pollard is rated as Senior Master by the U. S. Chess Feder- 
ation. He is considered one of the strongest chess players in 
Southern California. 

Lecturer: Jerry Flamm 

Date: May 5, 1981—7 - 8 p.m. 

Location: Sunset Center 

Honorarium: $20 

Subject: San Francisco Literature 

Jerry Flamm, author, reporter, correspondent and lecturer, has 
spoken to numerous community organizations about his varied career 
and experiences. 

Lecturer: Nick Defirmian 

Date: May 6, 1981—3 p.m. 

Location: Student Union 

Honorarium: $100 

Subject: Lecture and Chess Demonstration 

Ranked 7th in the U. S., Nick Defirmian has recently returned from 
a European tour. He is an International Master at chess. 

810407-G14 RESOLVED: That KERR, KEITH, be granted a one-day leave of 

Military absence without loss of pay on March 31, 1981, for military 
Leave service. 



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City College of San Francisco 

ETHNIC SURVEY 

NEW FIRST-TIME INSTRUCTORS HIRED BY CITY COLLEGE BY AUTHORITY 
OF FOREGOING RESOLUTIONS 



TIME PERIOD: FROM 



March 24, 1981 



TO 



April 7, 1981 



FACULTY 


WHITE 
M F 


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M F 


HISP. 
M F 


OTHER 

ASIAN 

PAC. IS. 

M F 


**FIL. 

M F 


AM. IND. 
AK. NAT. 

M F 


TOTAL 

M F 


MINORITY 
TOTAL 

M F 


MINORITY 

% 

M F 


Schedule 

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1 






1 






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1 


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PART TIME 

1 W (M) 

1 As.P/I (M) 



DEPARTMENT 

Biology 
Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810407H1 
Certificated Personnel 
Categorically Funded Programs 
City College of San Francisco 



President and Members: 

Resolution No. 810407H1 covers certificated personnel items 
in categorically funded programs for City College of San Francisco. Services 
are required and funds have been provided by the grantor for each of the 
categorically funded programs appointments. 

California Education Code Section 87470 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may employ persons 
possessing an appropriate credential as certificated employees in programs 
and projects to perform services conducted under contract with public or 
private agencies, or other categorically funded projects of indeterminate 
duration. The terms and conditions under which such persons are employed 
shall be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the governing board and 
such agreement shall be reduced to writing. Service pursuant to this section 
shall not be included in computing the service required as a prerequisite to 
attainment of, or eligibility to, classification as a regular employee of a 
community college district..." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Recommended for adoption: 



Juanita U. Pascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 



R. Y. Alexander 
Assistant Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Kenneth S. Washington 
President 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 



HI 
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810407-H1 RESOLVED: That effective April 13 through April 17, 1981, 

Special the following named certificated personnel be appointed to conduct 
Assignment an EOPS Orientation Workshop at the Outreach Center for the 
EOPS Special Programs Department for a total of 18 hours per week. 

Workshop Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, 
non- instructional rate. Funded EOPS. 

Name 

ARMISTEAD, ELIZABETH 

OKAMURA, RANDALL 



HI 

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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolutions No. 810407- Jl to 810407- J3 
Certificated Personnel 
Categorically Funded Programs 
Community College Centers 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 810407- Jl to 810407-J3 CO ver certificated personnel 
items in categorically funded programs for the Community College Centers. 
Services are required and funds have been provided by the grantor for each 
of the categorically funded program appointments. 

California Education Code Section 87470 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may employ persons 
possessing an appropriate credential as certificated employees in programs 
and projects to perform services conducted under contract with public or 
private agencies, or other categorically funded projects of indeterminate 
duration. The terms and conditions under which such persons are employed 
shall be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the governing board and 
such agreement shall be reduced to writing. Service pursuant to this section 
shall not be included in computing the service required as a prerequisite 
to attainment of, or eligibility to, classification as a regular employee 
of a community college district..." 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 

Recommended for adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancel lor /Superintendent 

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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 

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RESOLVED; That effective March 16, 1981 thru 
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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 



Subject: Resolutions No. 810407-K1 to 810407-K18 
Certificated Personnel 
Community College Centers 



President and Members: 



Resolutions No. 810407-K1 to 810407-K18 cover certificated 
personnel items for the Community College Centers.. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Super intenden t 



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Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



81Q4Q7-K5 
Instructional 



Program 



RESOLVED: That the following instructional program 
be approved and given at the location shown. For admin- 
istrative purposes, the following program is attached to 
Downtown Community College Center. 



810407-K6 

Instructional 

Programs 



Class: Marketing & Promoting Yourself 
Location: 800 Mission Street 
Instructor: Carolyn S. Biesiadecki 
No. of Sessions: 4 
Hours per Session: 3 
Fee per Session: $105.00 
Period of Time: 5/5/81-5/26/81 
Group Leader: Rita George 

RESOLVED: That the following instructional programs 
be approved and given at the locations shown. For admin- 
istrative purposes, the following programs are attached to 
Galileo Community College Center. 



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810407-K7 



810407-K8 



Class; Weight Management and Weil-Being 
Location: Galileo (at Kaiser) 
Instructor: Francis J. Baron 
No. of Sessions: 6 
Hours per Session: 2 
Fee per Session: $40.00 
Period of Time: 4/28/81-6/2/81 
Group Leader: Susan D. Badger 

Class: Weight Management and Weil-Being 
Location: Galileo (at Kaiser) 
Instructor: Francis J. Baron 
No. of Sessions: 6 
Hour per Session: 2 
Fee per Session: $40.00 
Period of Time: 4/29/81-6/3/81 
Group Leader: Susan D. Badger 

Class: Stress Management 
Location: Galileo (at Kaiser) 
Instructor: Francis J. Bdron 
No. of Sessions: 6 
Hours per Session: 2 
Fee per Session: $40.00 
Period of Time: 4/30/81-6/4/81 
Group Leader; Claudie S. Deyton 



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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



810.407-K9 



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Instructional 
Programs (cont'd.) 



Class: Stress Management 
Location: Galileo (at Kaiser) 
Instructor: Francis J. Baron 
No. of Sessions: 6 
Hours per Session: 2 
Fee per Session: $40.00 
Period of Time: 4/30/81-6/11/81 
Group Leader: Nancy Steiger 



810407-K10 



810407-K11 
Amendment 



Class: Self -Health Skills and Resources 
Location: Galileo (at Kaiser) 
Instructor: Francis J. Baron 
No. of Sessions; 6 
Hours per Session: 2 
Fee per Session: $40.00 
Period of Time: 4/27/81-6/8/81 
Group Leader: Grace Ricco-Pena 

RESOLVED: That the following instructional programs 
attached to Galileo Community College Center be amended as 
shown. 



Resolution No. 810310-K7 

CANCEL: Cecelia Doherty - 2/18/81 - Fee: $50.00 
Kathleen Berkov - 3/21/81 - Fee: $100.00 

ADD : Charles Schmidt - 2/18/81 - Fee: $50.00 

Lien Le, Oun Phommaha, Soc Hua Mu, and Khanh Tran 

3/21/81 

Fee per Lecturer - $25.00 - Total $100.00 



810407-K12 
Amendment 



810407-K13 
Amendment 



Resolution No. 810310-K22 

CANCEL: Mahmoud Tadrissi - 3/2, 3/9, 3/16, 3/23, 3/30/81 
Fee per Session: $40.00 - Total- $200.00 

Resolution No, 810310-K24 

CANCEL: Rita Papini - 3/10, 3/17, 3/24/81 

Fee per Session; $60.00 - Total - $180.00 



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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



81Q407-K14 
Extension of 
Leave of 
Absence 



RESOLVED; That effective September, 1981 thru 
January, 1982, DOROTHY LEROUX, Schedule II Instructor, 
Mission Community College Center be granted an Extension 
of her Leave of Absence from her position; reason: Personal 
Business, leave without pay.. 



810407-K15 
Sabbatical 
Leave 



RESOLVED; That effective August, 1981 thru December, 
1981, CHRISTINA E. BRIKLEN(ZONNASR) Certificated Employee 
is hereby granted the Second Half of a Make-Up Split 
Sabbatical Leave. 



810407-K16 
Amendment 



RESOLVED; That Resolution No. 8102Q3-K1, pertaining 
to Temporary Appointments, be amended in part to show the 
Hours for the Appointment as 8 Hrs./Wk. (I) instead of as 
8 Hrs./Wk. (NT) for PIERCE POWER, Galileo Community College 
Center. 



810A07-K17 
Amendment 



RESOLVED; That Resolution No.. 810203-K1 pertaining 
to Temporary Appointments, be amended to show the beginning 
dates of the Appointments for the following named employees. 



NAME 

Bishop, Julius C. 
McCormick, Daniel P. 



CENTER 

O'Connell 
O'Connell 



DATES SHOWN 

2/5/81 
2/4/81 



SHOULD BE 

2/3/81 
2/3/81 



810407-K18 
Assignment 
Long-Term 
Substitute 



RESOLVED: That effective March 30, 1981 thru June 
1, 1981, PATSY WOODARD, be assigned as a Temporary 
Schedule I Long-Term Substitute at John Adams Community 
College Center/LVN Program, in the absence of CECELIA 
TANSKY on Dis. Allowance; subject RN Refresher - Foreign 
Students. Salary shall be in accordance with the 1980-81 
salary schedule. 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810407-L1 

Amending employment contract for the purpose of 

a) purchasing tax sheltered annuities, or 

b) contributing to tax sheltered custodial accounts, 

for those employees requesting such purchases or contributions 

Presidnet and Members: 

The Governing Board by Resolution No. 791120-B1 has made available 
to its employees the provisions of Section 403(b) of the U. S. Internal Revenue 
Code of 1954 as amended, and Section 17512 of the California Revenue and Taxa- 
tion Code. 

Employees of the San Francisco Community College District may enter 
into an amendment of their employment contracts for the purpose of effecting a 
reduction in the salaries paid to such employees, and that for each employee 
who voluntarily elects to accept such reduction in his or her salary, the San 
Francisco Community College District shall, as directed by such employee, a) 
purchase, with an amount equal to the reduction in salary, a nontransferable 
annuity contract issued by an insurance company selected by the employee, in 
which the employee's rights are nonforfeitable except for failure to pay 
future premiums, and in which all rights under said annuity contracts shall be 
exercisable by the employee concerned, or b) contribute an amount equal to 
such reduction in salary to a custodial account of a custodian selected by the 
employee, in which all rights under said custodial account shall be exercisable 
by the employee concerned. 

The Governing Board by Resolution No. 791120-Bl authorized the 
Chancellor Superintendent, Vice Chancellor - Business, Chief Accountant, or 
Head Accountant to purchase such annuity contracts or contribute to such 
custodial accounts, subject to ratification by the Governing Board. 

The following ratifying resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Governing Board of the San Francisco Community 

College district amend the salary of the following individual 
employee by the amount indicated; this amount will be used to purchase 
or contribute to a tax sheltered annuity or tax sheltered custodial 
account as selected by the employee, complying with the provisions 
of Section 403(b) of the United States Internal Revenue Code, and 
Section 17512 of the California Revenue and Taxation Code; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board purchase tax sheltered 

annuity contract or contribute to a custodial 
account as selected by the employee complying with the provisions set 
forth above, for the following employee; said purchase or contribution 
to be with the insurance company or the custodian as selected by the 
employee and in the amount directed by the employee to become effective 
as soon as administratively possible. 



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Tax Sheltered Annuity 
Bankers Security Life 



Great West Life 



Home Life Insurance 
Prudential Insurance 



Variable Annuity Life 



Western National Life 



EMPLOYEE NO. 


AMOUNT PER MONTH 


018827 


$200.00 


022182 


300.00 


902533 


200.00 


915125 


300.00 


915965 


500.00 


950218 


200.00 


951694 


200.00 


036435 


300.00 


045392 


578.00 


047864 


500.00 


058052 


300.00 


061031 


200.00 


901114 


350.00 


931751 


300.00 


904470 


107.00 


019102 


400.00 


907485 


100.00 


952362 


152.00 


035505 


100.00 


038614 


500.00 


041212 


200.00 


044071 


400.00 


057668 


300.00 


064390 


850.00 


078207 


810.00 


964175 


200.00 


969689 


200.00 


972891 


25.00 


996570 


100.00 



% 



% 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board amend the salary of 

the following individual employees by the 
amount indicated as a result of their termination of amendment to 
employment contract: 

EMPLOYEE NO. AMOUNT PER MONTH 



Tax Sheltered Annuity 

Great West Life 
Variable Annuity Life 



080888 
020274 



$702.00 
300.00 



Submitted by, 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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RESOLUTION 810407-M1 - WITHDRAWN 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810407-M2 

Amending SFCCD Policy Manual 
Section 4.09 Use of Slurs 

President and Members: 

The Civil Service Commission on August 18, 1980 adopted a policy 
recommended by the Human Rights Commission regarding the use of slurs by 
City officials and employees. By letter dated September 2, 1980, the SFCCD 
was requested to adopt the policy, widely disseminate it, and to rigorously 
enforce it. 

On August 22, 1980, the Laborers International Union of North 
America, Local 21, on behalf of some SFCCD employees, filed a Representation 
Petition with the State of California Public Employment Relations Board (PERB) . 
Our Chief Labor Negotiator informed us that under the provisions of SB 160, 
Government Code Sections 3540 to 3549.3 Meeting and Negotiating in Public 
Educational Employment and in the light of recent decisions of PERB in CSEA 
v Healdsburg, the action requested by the Civil Service Commission would 
constitute an unfair labor practice if implemented by the SFCCD Governing 
Board. "Evaluation" is deemed a negotiable item, and while a petition for 
recognition is pending, the Governing Board is precluded from taking a uni- 
lateral action on a negotiable item and also is precluded from negotiating 
the item for lack of an exclusive representative. The Civil Service Commis- 
sion by letter dated September 22, 1980 was so informed. 

By letter dated January 9, 1981, PERB informed the SFCCD that the 
pending Representation Petition was withdrawn. The SFCCD Governing Board is 
now legally permitted to implement the Civil Service Commission request con- 
tained in its letter of September 2, 1980. It is suggested that the "Policy 
Regarding The Use of Slurs By City Officials And Employees" as adopted by the 
Civil Service Commission be added in toto to the SFCCD Policy Manual 
Chapter 4 Classified Employees. 

SFCCD Policy Manual Section 1.05 reads in part as follows: 
" Adoption of Policies, Bylaws and Regulations . Any policy or regulation may 
be adopted by the Board, be amended or repealed by an affirmative vote of four 
members at any meeting, providing notice of said intended action has been given 
at a previous meeting . " 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: On March 24, 1981, notice was given that an amendment to 

SFCCD Policy Manual Section 4.09 to add the "Policy Regard- 
ing The Use Of Slurs By City Officials And Employees" as adopted by 
the Civil Service Commission to the SFCCD Policy Manual would be 
submitted for adoption at the next Regular Meeting of the Governing 
Board of the SFCCD. 



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THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That SFCCD Policy Manual Section 4.09 

shall be amended to read as follows: 
(Note: Additions or substitutions are indicated by italic type; 
deletions are indicated by ((double parentheses)).) 



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4.09 USE OF SLURS 

It is the policy of the City and County of San Francisco, 
and each of its officials, employees and agents acting in their 
official capacity , to treat all persons equally and respectfully , 
and to refrain from the willful or negligent use of slurs against 
any person on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, 
ancestry , age, sex, sexual orientation or disability . A slur, as 
used in this policy, is a word or combination of words that by 
its very utterance inflicts injury, offers little opportunity for 
response , appeals not to rational faculties , or is an unessential 
or gratuitous part of any exposition of fact or opinion. All 
persons are entitled by law to the right of equal treatment and 
respect. Slurs deprive members of the protected groups of this 
right by holding them up to public contempt, ridicule, shame, and 
disgrace and causing them to be shunned, avoided or injured in 
their occupation. By promoting ill will and rancor, slurs 
diminish peace and order. 

The use of such slurs by City officials or employees will 
be considered by commissions, departments , agencies, boards, or 
appointing authorities as prima facie evidence of the lack of 
competence of said City officials and employees. Evidence of 
usage of such slurs shall be entered in job performance evaluations 
and shall be considered in evaluating the fitness of City employees. 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810407-Q1 

Claim of Angie Pikios against the SFCCD - $231.41 

President and Members: 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: The Governing Board of the San Francisco Community College 

District took final action on the subject claim on 
November 18, 1980 pursuant to Resolution No. 801118-Q5, and 

WHEREAS: The offer contained in said resolution was rejected by 

claimant on March 24, 1981, this resolution confirms 
the Governing Board's acceptance of the rejection of said offer 
and confirms denial of the June 25, 1980 claim as of the date of 
said rejection (March 24, 1981). 

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board acknowledges 

acceptance of the rejection of said 
offer and thus denies said claim for all purposes as of the date of 
said rejection (March 24, 1981). 

Submitted by, 



James G. Seely 
Legal Counsel 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810407-S1 

Adoption of Instructional Calendars for the Centers 
Division for the Academic Year 1981-82 

President and Members: 

The following instructional calendars for the school year 1981-82 
are submitted for adoption. It is in keeping with the applicable provisions 
of the California Education Code and the basic principles followed for past 
years in establishing the school year. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the following instructional calendars of the Community 
College Centers Division for the school year 1981-82 are 
hereby adopted . 



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CALENDAR I - ALEMANY AND CHINATOWN/ NORTH BEACH (1981-82) 
FALL 1981: Starting date - August 17 Ending date - December 18 

STATISTICAL PERIODS HOLIDAYS/PLANNING DAYS TEACHING DAYS 

1. 7/1 - 7/24 

2. 7/27 - 8/21 Aug 17 Instruction Begins 5 

3. 8/24 - 9/18 Sep 7 Labor Day 18 

Sep 8 Planning Day 

4. 9/21 - 10/16 Oct 12 Columbus Day 19 

5. 10/19 - 11/13 Nov 11 Veterans' Day 19 

6. 11/16 - 12/11 Nov 26-27 

Thanksgiving 18 

7. 12/14 - 1/8 Dec 18 Instruction Ends 5 

Dec 21-31 Winter Recess 
Jan 1 New Year's Day 



(Total) 84 

SPRING 1982: Starting date - January 11 Ending date - May 28 

Jan 4-8 Winter Recess 

8. 1/11 - 2/5 Jan 11 Instruction Begins 19 

Jan 15 Martin Luther's King's Birthday 

9. 2/8 - 3/5 Feb 8 Planning Day 17 

Feb 12 Lincoln's Birthday 
Feb 15 Presidents' Birthday 

10. 3/8 - 4/2 20 

11. 4/5 - 4/30 Apr 5-9 Spring Recess 15 

12. 5/3 - 5/28 May 28 Instruction Ends 20 

(Total) 91 



Teaching Days 175 

Planning Days 2_ 

Total 177 



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CALENDAR II - JOHN ADAMS, DOWNTOWN, GALILEO, MISSION, JOHN O'CONNELL, 
SKILLS CENTER (1981-82) 

FALL 1981: Starting date - September 9 Ending date January 29 



ST ATISTICAL PERIODS HOLIDAYS/PLANNING DAY TEACHING DAY S 

1. 7/1 - 7/24 

2. 7/27 - 8/21 

3. 8/24 - 9/18 Sep 8 Planning Day 8 

Sep 9 Instruction Begins 

4. 9/21 - 10/16 Oct 12 Columbus Day 19 

5. 10/19 - 11/13 Nov 11 Veterans' Day 19 

6. 11/16 - 12/11 Nov 26-27 

Thanksgiving 18 

7. 12/14 - 1/8 Dec 21-Jan 1 

Christmas Recess 10 

Jan 1 New Year's Day 
Jan 4 Instruction Resumes 

8. 1/11 - 2/5 Jan 15 Martin Luther King's Birthday 14 

Jan 29 Instruction Ends 
Feb 1-5 Mid-Year Recess 

(Total) 88 

SPRING 1982: Starting date - February 9 Ending date - June 21 

9. 2/8-3/5 Feb 8 Planning Day 17 

Feb 9 Instruction Begins 
Feb 12 Lincoln's Birthday 
Feb 15 Presidents' Day 

10. 3/8 - 4/2 20 

11. 4/5 - 4/30 Apr 5-9 Spring Recess 15 

12. 5/3 - 5/28 20 

13. 5/31 - 6/25 May 31 Memorial Day 

Jun 21 Instruction Ends 15 



(Total) 



Teaching Days 175 
Planning Days 2 
Total 177 



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Submitted by, 



Marlene Butler 
Interim Vice President 
Instructional Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 



INFORMATIONAL REPORT 
NO ACTION NECESSARY 



Subject: Chancellor/Superintendent Report - April 7, 1981 
Sabbatical Leaves 
Fall 1981 and School Year 1981-82 

President and Members: 

The following certificated personnel have been granted sabbatical leaves 
under the SFCCD/AFT Local 2121 contract for the periods shown: 



CITY COLLEGE OF SAN FRANCISCO 



1. Dawydiak, Cecile M. 

2. Dyer, Frederick B. 

3. Lee, Alfred T. 

4. Longo, James L. 

5. Mejia, Jose A. 



One-Semester (Fall 1981) 



6. Aquilino, Elaine J. 

7. Court, James E. 

8. Ernest, Larry R. 

9. Evans, Susan A. 

10. Sellman, Wallace A. 

11. Thompson, Clare M. 

12. Vanderwerf, Willem C. 



First Half of Split (Fall 1981) 
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13. Coletti, Gerard M. 

14. Johnson, Embree R. 

15. Kerr, Keith H. 

16. Madden, James H. 

17. Miller, Charles 

18. Plotkowski, Robert H. 

19. Thorn, Joe W. 



Full-Year (1981-82) 



COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



1. Henderson, Ralph 



Second Half of Split (Fall 1981) 



2. Boler, Lucy 0. 

3. Ingram, Everett 

4. Martz, Karin 

5. O'Halloran, Patrick J. 

6. Ryan, Alma L. 

7. Shelby, Ruth K. 



Second Half of Full Year (Fall' 81) 
ii 



One-Semester (Fall 1981) 



8. Kolenda, Guadalupe A. 

9. Larson, Penelope A. 
10. Wigfield, Jack W. 



Full-Year (1981-82) 
ii 



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Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



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aiiFnmcisco Coimmmity College District 

itv Colleae of San Francisco Community College Centers 



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Community 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor 



April 8, 1981 



*£, NOTICE OF CLOSED SESSION 

AND REGULAR MEETING 

OF THE GOVERNING BOARD 

SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 

The Governing Board will meet in Closed 

Session commencing at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, 

May 5, 1981 followed by the Regular 

Meeting at 7:30 p.m., 33 Gough Street, 

San Francisco, CA. 

HERBERT M. SUSSMAN 
CHANCELLOR/SUPERINTENDENT 
SECRETARY, GOVERNING BOARD 



DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

APR 1 1981 

SAN FRANCISCO 




33 Gough Street 

San Francisco, California 94103 

(415) 



Governing Board 

San Francisco Community College District 

Julie Tang, President 

Ernest "Chuck" Ayala. Vice President 

Booker T. Anderson, Jr. Robert E. Burton 

John Riordan Lillian K. Sing Dr. Tim Wolfred 

Herbert M. Sussman, Chancellor 



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"^ AGENDA 

Regular Meeting 
Governing Board of the San Francisco Community College District 

33 Gough Street 
Tuesday, May 5, 1981 



Executive Session - 5:30 p.m. 
Regular Meeting - 7:30 p.m. 



DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

MAY 51981 

SAN FRAKCISCO 
pUBWt* ktBRAFtY 



Roll Call 

Pledge of Allegiance 

Approval of Minutes - Regular Meetings March 24 and April 7, 1981 

Governing Board Reports 

Reports, Academic Senate, City College 

Faculty Senate, Centers Division 

Adoption of Agenda 

Chancel lor/Superinten dent' s Resolutions 

F inance (Pages 4-16) 

Opening and reading of sealed proposals to obtain general 
liability, aircraft, automobile, garage and garagekeepers, 
and allied health profession courses insurance, June 18, 1981 
to June 18, 1982. 

Bl - Authorization for the submission of an application for funds 
for operation of the ABE Program under the Adult Basic Educ- 
ation Act, P.L. 91-230, Section 306, for the Fiscal Year 
1981-82, Community College Centers, $500,000. 

B2 - Authorizing award of general boiler insurance, June 1, 1981 
to June 1, 1985, to Curtis Day § Company, first year 
premium cost $1,200.00 

B3 - Authorizing contract with Ralph K. Davies Medical Center, 

Franklin Hospital, for use of clinical facilities in 

connection with the Registered Nursing Program at City 
College of San Francisco 

B4 - Authorization to submit an application for financial 
assistance to the California Postsecondary Education 
Commission to assist in the construction of an elevator 
for the physically handicapped at John Adams Community 
College Center from Title VII A of the Higher Education 
Act of 1965, as amended (Public Law 89-329) in the 
amount of $75,000.00. 



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May 5, 1981 



B5 - Adoption of Summer Session Budget for the Fiscal Year 
1981-82 for the Centers Division 

B6 - Authorization to (a) submit an application for funds, and 
(b) appropriate funds receivable upon approval by the 
California State Department of Education, to conduct an 
Adult Competency Education Assessment Program under the 
Adult Education Act, P. L. 91-230 Section 310, as amended, 
for the period of July 1, 1981 to June 30, 1982, 
Community College Centers, $3,924.00. 

B7 - Authorizing contract with Diane Hambrick, M.D. , to provide 
consultation services to the City College of San Francisco 
Student Health Department, for a total of 40 hours, 
May 10, 1981 to June 15, 1981, $1,600. 

B8 - Authorization to transfer $1,500.00 from Capital Outlay- 
Buildings-District Office Division - to Capital Outlay - 
District Office Division - Construction District Office 
Lighting Fixtures 

Equipment, Supplies § Services (Pages 17-29) 

CI - Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
less than $3,000 

C2 - Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
$3,000 or more 

C4 - Encumbrance for work by City Departments 

C9 - Acceptance of Surplus Material 

C17 - Acceptance of Gifts - Motor Vehicles 

CI 8 - Acceptance of Gifts - Other Than Motor Vehicles 

Personnel 

I) - Classified Personnel, 810505D1-22 (Pages 30-43) 

G - Certificated Personnel, City College, 810505G1-15 (Pages 44-53) 

II - Certificated Personnel, Categorically Funded Programs, 

City College, 810505H1-3 (Pages 54-55) 
J - Certificated Personnel, Categorically Funded Programs, 

Centers Division, 810505J1-3 (Pages 56-59) 
K - Certificated Personnel, Centers Division, 810505K1-26 (Pages 60-74) 
L - Tax Sheltered Annuities (Pages 75-76) 

Pol icy Manua l (Page 77) 

Ml - Amending SFCCD Policy Manual Section 8.09, Contracting 
for Janitorial and Window Washing Services 



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Legal (Pages 78-79) 

Ql - Claim of Lillian Toupin against the SFCCD - Proposed 
Settlement of $2,000. 

Q2 - Claim of Sherry Lynn Feldman against the SFCCD, Does I-X 
inclusive, Superior Court No. 739-563 
Proposed Settlement $6,500. 

Superintendent's Resolution s (Pages 80-86) 

51 - Presenting the Initial Proposal of the Governing Board 

concerning a collective bargaining contract for the 
faculty unit and establishing the public meeting of 
June 2, 1981 for public response 

52 - Presenting the Initial Proposal of the Governing Board 

concerning a collective bargaining contract for the 
supervisory unit and establishing the public meeting of 
June 2, 1981 for public response 

53 - Declaring May 10-16, 1981 as "Community College Week" 

54 - Authorization to conduct a Summer School in the Community 

College Centers of the San Francisco Community College 
District; classes to be held both day and evening from 
June 22 to July 31, 1981. 

Bui ldings S Ground s (Pages 87-95) 

Wl - Authorization to enter into a lease agreement with Leon Cohn 
et al for the use of space by Mission Community College Center 

W2 - Authorization to enter into a rental agreement with Riordan 

High School for the use of space by City College of San Francisco 

W3 - Authorization to enter into a rental agreement with Fort Mason 
Center of San Francisco for the use of space by City College 
of San Francisco 

W4 - Authorization to lease space at the John Adams Community College 
Center to the City Department of Public Works RAP Program 

W5 - Authorization to extend lease agreement with Telegraph Hill 
Neighborhood Center for the use of space by the Chinatown/ 
North Beach Community College Center 

W6 - Authorization to issue an Interdepartmental Work Order to 

the Department of Public Works for installation of replacement 
light fixtures in District Office Building, $7,000.00 

VIII. Re quests to Spe ak 

I X . Chancellor/Superintendent and Staff Reports 

Handicapped Program, Centers Division - Sharon Fain. 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-Bl 

Authorization for the submission of an application 
for funds for operation of the ABE Program under 
the Adult Basic Education Act, P.L. 91-230, Section 
306, for the Fiscal Year 1981-82, Community College 
Centers, $500,000. 



President and Members: 

A formal resolution is required authorizing the submission of 
an application for funds under the Adult Basic Education Act. Since 
1964, when the Adult Basic Education Program was first operated 
under the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, funds from this source 
have made possible a great expansion of program. Over one hundred 
classes, funded by this program, are currently being conducted in 
the District. Total funds which have been allocated to the San 
Francisco Unified (now San Francisco Community College) District 
since 1964 are as follows: 



1964 - 


1965 


$170,000 


1965 - 


1966 


145,000 


1966 - 


1967 


241,088 


1967 - 


1968 


336,122 


1968 - 


1969 


426,485 


1969 - 


1970 


509,650 


19 70 - 


1971 


514,219 


1971 - 


1972 


589,067 



1972 - 


1973 


672,715 


1973 - 


1974 


765,350 


1974 - 


1975 


765,350 


1975 - 


1976 


765,350 


1976 - 


1977 


765,350 


1977 - 


1978 


900,000 


1978 - 


1979 


900,000 


1979 - 


1980 


500,000 


1980 - 


1981 


499,200 



Due to change in the State of California's allocation formula, 
we do not anticipate being eligible for more than $500,000 in fiscal 
year 1981-82. 

Federal funds are to be requested for this proposal in the amount 
of $500,000 for 1981-82. There are no new costs to the District in 
connection with this program. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice 

Chancellor, Business, are hereby authorized to pre- 
pare and submit a grant application under the Adult Basic Edu- 
cation Act, P.L. 91-230, Section 306, for the Fiscal Year 1981- 
82, in the amount of $500,000. 



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Reviewed and approved as to 
finance by: 



Jun iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by, 



Hilary Hsu 



Director, Business Services 



Marlene Butler 
Interim Vice President 
Community College Centers 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-B2 

Authorizing award of general boiler insurance, 

June 1, 1981 to June 1, 1985, to Curtis Day & Company, 

first year premium cost $1,200.00 

President and Members: 

On March 9, 1981, Requests for Proposals were mailed to 14 insurance 
brokers. In addition, a "Request for Proposals - General Boiler Insurance" 
was published March 6 and 9, 1981 under official advertising in the San Francisco 
Progress. 

The closing date for receipt of proposals was April 7, 1981, 5:00 P.M. 
Proposals were as follows: 



Curtis Day & Company 
Levinson Bros., Inc. 
Plaza Insurance Sales, Inc. 
L. Baker General Insurance 
Richard N. Goldman & Company 



$1,200.00 
1,559.00 
1,760.00 
1,760.00 
1,829.00 



The staff review and recommendation of the submitted proposals are 
contained in a Report to the Governing Board dated April 28, 1981. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD award to Curtis Day & Company the 

general boiler insurance, June 1, 1981 to June 1, 1985, 
first year premium cost $1,200.00. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to issue the necessary documents to procure said general 
boiler insurance. 

Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for approval: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-B3 

Authorizing contract with Ralph K. Davies Medical Center, 
Franklin Hospital, for use of clinical facilities in 
connection with the Registered Nursing Program at the 
City College of San Francisco 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 78430 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district offering a nursing 
program, or related program in the healing arts, either in regular graded 
classes or in classes for adults, may maintain classes in such a program at 
hospitals located within or without the district for the purpose of providing 
the hospital training in such classes." 

Ralph K. Davies Medical Center, Franklin Hospital, located in San 
Francisco, California, operates facilities suitable for providing clinical 
experience for students studying to become registered nurses. City College 
of San Francisco desires to secure clinical experience for students enrolled 
in the Registered Nursing curriculum offered at City College of San Francisco. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with Ralph K. Davies Medical 

Center, Franklin Hospital, for use of clinical facilities 
thereat in connection with the Registered Nursing curriculum at City 
College of San Francisco commencing with the 1981-82 academic year. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 

Submitted by 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Shirley Hoskins 

Assistant Dean of Instruction 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-B4 

Authorization to submit an application for financial 
assistance to the California Postsecondary Education 
Commission to assist in the construction of an elevator 
for the physically handicapped at John Adams Community 
College Center from Title VII A of the Higher Education 
Act of 1965, as amended (Public Law 89-329) in the amount 
of $75,000.00. 

President and Members: 

The Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended, P. L. 89-329, Section 
702 provides for financial assistance on a matching basis (50% of eligible 
costs not to exceed $75,000.00) to assist public community colleges in their 
efforts to remove architectural barriers in education facilities. 

The California Education Code, Section 67002 designated the California 
Postsecondary Education Commission as the sole agency in the State to administer 
this program. 

The project for which financial assistance is being applied for 
under the Act is the construction of an elevator for the physically handicapped 
at John Adams Community College Center. This project is included in the 
District's 1982-1986 Five -Year Construction Plan for an estimated total project 
cost of $359,500.00. The District has requested partial State funding in the 
1982-83 Capital Outlaw budget of the State. The Governing Board has by their 
previous action appropriated funds in the amount of $143,000.00 for the 
District share of the cost of the project. Any financial assistance granted 
from Title VTI A of the Higher Education Act of 1965 would be deducted from 
the total project cost and the District and State share determined on the 
balance of project costs. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or the vice 
Chancellor, Business are authorized to prepare and 
submit an application for financial assistance to the California 
Postsecondary Education Commission to assist in the Construction 
of an elevator for the physically handicapped at John Adams 
Community College Center from Title VII A of the Higher Education 
Act of 1965 as amended (Public Law 89-329) in the amount of 
$75,000.00. 

Submitted by: 



George W. Shaw 
Assistant Director 
Facilities and Planning 



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Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Rev i ewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-B5 

Adoption of Summer Session Budget for the 
Fiscal Year 1981-82 for the Centers Division 

President and Members: 

The Summer Session Budget for Fiscal Year 1981-82 for the Centers 
Division, as detailed below, is submitted for adoption: 



Appn. No . 

Al-8905-13022 
Al-8911-13022 
Al-8913-13022 
Al-8915-13022 
Al-8916-13022 
Al-8919-1 3022 
Al-8920-13022 
Al-8923-13022 
Al -8929- 13022 
Al-8937-13022 
Al-8940-13022 
Al-8981-13022 
Al -8985-13022 
Al-8986-13022 
Al-8987-13022 
Total 

Al-8924-13022 

Grand Total 



(Instructors Hourly) 



Center /Program 


Amount 


Experimental Programs 


$ 21,281 


Alemany 


126,834 


Chinatown North Beach 


89,462 


Galileo 


21,287 


Handicapped 


38,780 


John Adams 


41,794 


LVN 


9,379 


Mission 


54,647 


Downtown 


64,689 


John O'Connell 


35,248 


Skills Center 


36,726 


Arts and Crafts 


23,324 


Parent Education 


2,469 


Senior Citizens 


21,600 


General Education 


8,534 



Jail 



596,054 

5,531 

$601,585 



The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Summer Session Budget for Fiscal year 1981-82 

for the Centers Division in the amount of $601,585 
be adopted, for the period July 1, 1981 to July 31, 1981. 

Submitted by, 



Revised and approved 
as to finance by, 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-B6 

Authorization to (a) submit an application for funds, 
and (b) appropriate funds receivable upon approval by 
the California State Department of Education, to conduct 
an Adult Competency Education Assessment Program under 
the Adult Education Act, P.L. 91-230 Section" 310, as 
amended, for the period of July 1, 1981 to June 30, 1982, 
Community College Centers, $3,924.00. 

President and Members: 

For 1978-79 and 1979-80, the Community College Centers Division 
conducted a project in Adult Competency Education, funded by the California 
State Department of Education. Said project involved the development of 
materials following competency guidelines. In the current fiscal year, 
i.e., 1980-81, we are implementing the Adult Competency Education 
reguirements of AB65, and are assessing the success of the materials 
developed. Funds are available from the State Department of Education 
for this purpose. 

An application has been prepared to be submitted to the Department 
of Education to fund the continuation of a project on the assessment of 
students in the areas of English as a Second Language, Adult Basic Education, 
High School Completion, and GED. No District matching funds will be required 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice 
Chancellor, Business, are hereby authorized to 
prepare and submit a grant application to the California 
State Department of Education for funds to conduct a compet- 
ency-based assessment program under the Adult Education Act, 
P.L. 91-230, Section 310, on behalf of the Community College 
Centers Division for the period of July 1, 1981 to June 30, 
1982. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That upon approval by the California 

State Department of Education with 
the condition that the terms of the award are not significantly 
amended and in accordance with Education Code Section 85202, 
which provides that the governing board of any community college 
district may budget and use any unbudgeted income furnished 
during the fiscal year from Federal or other governmental 
sources, the following General Fund Trust budget revision is 
hereby authorized to cover the following project for the period 
of July 1, 1981 to June 30, 1982. 



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State I ncome Through Federal Sources 
Adult Education Act 

Expenditures 

Competency Based Assessment Program 



$3,924.00 



$3,924.00 



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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent 

and/or Vice Chancellor, Business, 
are hereby authorized to execute all documents necessary to 
record this budget revision on the accounts of the Controller 
and the Community College District and to submit any and all 
reports required by the State Department of Education and/or 
the U. S. Government in the administration of said program. 

Submitted by, 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



1 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-B7 

Authorizing contract with Diane Hambrick, M. D. , to 
provide consultation services to the City College of 
San Francisco Student Health Department, for a total of 
40 hours, May 10, 1981 to June 15, 1981, $1,600. 

President and Members: 

The Student Health Department of City College of San Francisco need 
the services of Dr. Diane Hambrick to develop and approve the "standardized 
procedures" of the Department and to bring Student Health Services into com- 
pliance with the Nurse Practice Act of 1980. Dr. Hambrick is a licensed 
physician with a specialty in family medicine, clinical experience in a variety 
of urban settings, and considerable experience with nurses in the extended 
role. She was recommended by the John Hale Medical Society. 

Execution of this agreement with Diane Hambrick, M. D. , is necessary 
to provide the excellent quality of health care to City College of San Francisco 
students . 

As delineated in the California Business and Professional Code for Laws 



Relating to Nursing Education, Licensure, & Practice with Rules & Regulations , 
Board of Registered Nursing, 1980, standardized procedures are necessary for 
the operation of a health care service. "Standardized procedures" as used in 
these sections are "Policies and protocols developed through collaboration 
among administrators and health professionals, including physicians and nurses, 
by an organized health care system which is not a health facility licensed 
pursuant to Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 1250) of Division 2 of the Health 
and Safety Code." 

California Government Code Section 53060 reads in part as follows: 
"The legislative body of any public or municipal corporation or district may 
contract with and employ any persons for the furnishing to the corporation or 
district special services and advice in financial, economic, accounting, engineer 
ing legal, or administrative matters if such persons are specially framed and 
experienced and competent to perform the special services required. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the San Francisco Community College District contract 

with Diane Hambrick, M. D. , to provide consultation services 
to the City College of San Francisco Student Health Department for 
a total of 40 hours at the rate of $40 per hour between May 10, 1981 
and June 15, 1981 for the total amount of $1,600. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor /Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the San Francisco 
Community College District. 

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Reviewed and Approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for Adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by, 



Willis F. Kirk, Associate Dean 
Testing and Guidance 



Juanita U. Pascual, Vice President 
Administrative Services 



Kenneth S. Washington, President 
City College of San Francisco 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San I'r.inc I. sco Community College District 

Subject: Rosolution No. 810505-B8 

Authorization to transfer $ 1,500.00 from 
Capital Outlay - Buildings - District Office 
Division to Capital Outlay - District Office 
Division - Construction District Office Lighting 
Fixtures. 

President and Members: 

The 1975-76 and 1976-77 Budgets for Capital Outlay as adopted provided 
$32,000 for replacement of lighting fixtures for the District Office. Subsequent 
to the adoption of these budgets, the lighting fixtures in the Business Office, 
Certificated Personnel and Facilities Planning and Research Office were replaced. 
As part of the phased replacement, it was also planned to upgrade the lighting in 
the Governing Board Room. The lighting system for this space was redesigned. 
The redesigned system will provide 417% higher lighting level (from 12 f.c. to 
62 f.c.) with a corresponding reduction in electricity consumption of 79%. 

New lighting fixtures have been purchased. Remaining is the installa- 
tion of the new fixtures. The estimated cost for this work is $7,000.00; the 
balance in this fund is $6,399.18. In order to complete this portion of the 
work, augmentation of the fund is required. 

It is proposed that additional required funds be transferred from 
the 1980-81 Budget - District Office Division - Capital Improvements. The 
amount proposed ($1,500.00) will cover the additional estimated installation 
cost plus a contingency to assure a satisfactory completion of the project. 

California Education Code Section 85200 reads in part as follows: 
"The total amount budgeted as the proposed expenditure of the community college 
district for each major classification of district expenditures listed in the 
district budget forms prescribed by the board of governors shall be the 
maximum amount which may be expended for that classification of expenditures 
for the school year. Transfers may be made from the undistributed reserve 
(Appropriation for Contingencies) to any expenditure classification or 
between expenditure classifications at any time by written resolution of the 
board of education of any district governed by a board of education, when 
filed with the county superintendent of schools and the county auditor, or by 
written resolution of the board of trustees of a community college district 
not governed by a board of education, when approved by the county superintendent 
of schools and filed with the county auditor. A resolution providing for the 
transfer from the undistributed reserve (Appropriation for Contingencies) to 
any expenditure classification must be approved by a two-thirds vote of the 
members of the governing board; a resolution providing for the transfer between 
expenditure classifications must be approved by a majority of the members of 
the governing board." 



The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 



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RESOLVED: That in accordance with the Education Code. 

Section 85200 a transfer be made in the 
General Fund. 



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To: 



SI'CCI) Appn. DO 8410 62000 

District: Office - Bui I dings 

(Major Budget Classification-Capital Outlay) 



$1, 500. 00 



$1,500.00 



SFCCD Appn. DO 8410 73000 

District Buildings and Grounds - Capital 

Improvements 

Transfer to Special Reserve Fund 

(Major Budget Classification - Outgoing Transfers) 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code, 

Section 85449 et seq. , transfer be made 
in the Special Reserve Fund 

From: Incoming transfers from the General Fund $1,500.00 
(SFCCD Appn. DO 8410 73200) 

To: SFCCD Appn. SO 9450 62000 $1,500.00 

District Office Division - District Office 
Lighting Fixtures 
(Major Budget Classification - Capital Outlay) 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent 

and/or Vice Chancellor, Business are 
hereby authorized to execute all documents necessary to record 
these transfers on the accounts of the Controller and Community 
College District. 

Submitted by, 



George W. Shaw 
Assistant Director 
Facilities and Planning 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Charles N. Collins 
Associate Director 
Facilities and Planning 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-C1 

Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
less than $3,000 

President and Members: 

Listed below are encumbrances for equipment, supplies, and services 
in individual amounts of less than $3,000.00. Investigation indicates that 
they are necessary for the conduct of the schools, and therefore are recom- 
mended for approval of the Governing Board. It is certified that the items 
listed below are in accord with Governing Board policy and that funds are 
available to cover payment. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the procurement 
of the equipment, supplies, services, etc., totaling 
in individual amounts of less than $3,000.00 not hereto- 
fore approved as summarized and detailed below: 



PURCHASE ORDERS 



NUMBERS 




NUMBERS 




NUMBERS 




39727 




42948 - 


42950 


43523 - 


43525 


40206 - 


40215 


42986 - 


42995 


43557 - 


43560 


41746 




42998 - 


42999 


43566 - 


43570 


41748 




43008 - 


43010 


43697 - 


43700 


42182 - 


42184 


43029 - 


43030 


43719 - 


43720 


42195 




43056 - 


43066 


43729 - 


43730 


42212 - 


42215 


43070 




43738 - 


43740 


42221 - 


42230 


43088 - 


43090 


43769 - 


43770 


42242 




43095 - 


43096 


43799 - 


43800 


42271 - 


42273 


43126 - 


43130 


43821 - 


43830 


42287 - 


42290 


43148 - 


43155 


43842 - 


43845 


42312 - 


4231S 


43166 - 


43167 


43873 - 


43875 


42130 




43193 




43883 - 


43885 


42333 




43211 - 


43213 


43961 - 


43965 


42406 - 


42410 


43238 - 


43250 


43998 - 


44000 


42453 




43288 - 


43191 


44017 - 


44020 


42476 - 


42485 


43206 - 


43208 


44033 - 


44035 


42716 




43301 - 


43305 


44086 - 


44088 


42806 




43358 - 


43360 


44113 - 


44115 


42827 - 


42828 


43392 




44129 - 


44130 


42840 




43411 - 


43415 


44139 - 


44140 


42849 - 


42850 


43456 - 


43460 


44150 




42866 - 


42870 


43508 - 


43510 






42913 - 


42914 


43516 - 


43520 







TOTAL $15.1,974.70 



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t:rm purchase agreements 



NUMBER 


AMOUNT 


0031D 


$1,000.00 


0032A 


417.70 


0064 


27.17 


04011 


1,500.00 


0402D 


750.00 


0408A 


1,650.00 


0412H 


1,600.00 


0422 


360.00 



TOTAL 



$7,304.87 



MISCELLANEOUS ENCUMBRANCES 



REVOLVING FUND VOUCHERS 



NUMBER 



AMOUNT 



0.065 


$ 4,058.78 




0.066 


2,296.20 




0.06 7 


2,384.79 




0.068 


2,668.88 




0.069 


9,109.73 




0.070 


4,463.26 




0.071 


5,409.94 




0.072 


4,256.53 




0.073 


2,951.19 




0.074 


3,223.91 




0.075 


3,584.38 




0.076 


2,617101 




0.077 


2,890.02 




0.078 


1,973.43 




0.079 


12,988.22 






Total 


$64,876.27 


1)1 RECT 


PAYMENT VOUCHERS 




NUMBER 


AMOUNT 





I 



257 
258 
259 
261 
262 
264 
265 
266 
267 
269 
270 
27J 



5 177.60 

272.43 

81.82 

6.41 

60.00 

246.99 

952.00 

195.33 

6.57 

13.50 

899.06 

1,590.55 



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M ISCELLANEOUS ENCUMBRANCES (continued) 
DIRECT PAYMENT VOUCHERS (continued) 



NUMBER 


AMOUNT 


273 


$ 707.14 


277 


1,138.99 


280 


200.00 


281 


26.26 


282 


21.05 


283 


250.00 



Total $ 6,845.70 



TOTAL $71,721.97 



GRAND TOTAL $231,001.54 



Submitted by, 



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Recommended for adoption: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-C2 

Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
$3,000 or more 

President and Members: 

The following departmental requests for the purchase of supplies, 
equipment, and services have been received. Investigation indicates that they 
are necessary for the conduct of the schools, and therefore are recommended 
for approval by the Governing Board. It is certified that the items listed 
below are in accord with Governing Board policy and that funds are available 
to cover payment. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the procurement 

of the equipment, supplies, services, etc. summarized 
below: 



REQUISITI ONS FOR PURCHASE ORDERS 

NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 

2265 Centers Restaurant Supplies 



AMOUNT 



$11,600.00 



TERM PURCHASE AGREEMENTS 



NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 

0018A District Additional Funds for Prepaid Group 

Dental Insurance 

0043A Centers Installation of two Sonitrol Security 

Systems at John 0'Connell Auto Center 
and Monthly Maintenacne Charges 

0402E Centers Additional Funds for Proprietary 

Equipment Repairs 



TOTAL 



AMOUNT 
$10,000.00 

3,555.00 

4,000.00 
$17,555.00 



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i)Ikk(:t payment vouchers 

NUMBER 
256 



260 
263 
268 
272 
274 
275 
2 76 
278 

279 



DIVISION DESCRIPTION 



District Members' Contributions to State Teachers' 
Annuity Fund 

District Federal Income Tax Deposit 

College Postage for Postal Meter //F8201563 

District Federal Income Tax Deposit 

District Federal Income Tax Deposit 

District State Income Tax Deposit 

District Foods & Services for College Cafeteria 

District Federal Income Tax Deposit 

College Funds in Extended Opportunity 
Programs & Services 

College Funds in Supplemental Educational 
Opportunity Grant Program 



AMOUNT 

$188,498.56 
50,506.03 
5,000.00 
481,394.35 
10,313.62 
33,863.57 
48,704.21 
17,065.62 

7,000.00 

15,000.00 
TOTAL $857,345.96 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



GRAND TOTAL $886,500.96 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-C4 

Encumbrance for work by City Departments 

President and Members: 

Listed below is an encumbrance in connection with the maintenance 
and repair of San Francisco Community College District facilities. Investiga- 
tion indicates that the work is necessary and desirable for the conduct of the 
schools, and therefore it is recommended for approval of the Governing Board. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the services 

indicated as listed and that authority be and is hereby 

given for the encumbrance of funds against the budget for these 
purposes: 

Work Order Description Amount 

5 7 SFCCD Appn. CO 6510 56021 MAINTENANCE & REPAIR CONTRACTS - 

EQUIPMENT 

Services of the Purchaser's Central Shops for maintenance 
and repair of non-automotive equipment, City College, 
during the period 7/1/80 - 6/30/81. 

Required Amount $14,500.00 
Less Prior Work Order 12,000.00 
This Work Order $2,500.00 



58 SFCCD Appn. CO 6510 56020 HOUSEKEEPING AND MAINTENANCE & 

REPAIR CONTRACTS - 
BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS 

Services of the Department of Public Works, Bureau of 

Street Repair, for repairs to City College campus roads 

and other paved areas as needed for the period 

7/1/80 - 6/30/81. 

Required Amount $5,500.00 
Previous Work Order 4,000.00 
This Work Order $1,500. 



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Work Order Descriptio n Amount 



59 SFCCD Appn. CO 6510 56020 HOUSEKEEPING AND MAINTENANCE & 

REPAIR CONTRACTS - 
BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS 

Services of the Department of Public Works, Bureau of 
Building Repair, for miscellaneous repairs to City College 
facilities as authorized by the SFCCD for the period 
7/1/80 - 6/30/81. 

Required Amount $244,000.00 
Previous Work Orders 228,000.00 
This Work Order $16,000.00 



60 SFCCD Appn. A0 8948 56021 MAINTENANCE & REPAIR CONTRACTS - 

EQUIPMENT 

Services of the Purchasing Department, Central Shops, 
for the maintenance and repair of the Community College 
Centers non-automotive equipment as needed for the 
period 7/1/80 - 6/30/81. 

Required Amount $3,500.00 
Previous Work Orders 2,000.00 
This Work Order " ~ $1,500.00 



61 SFCCD Appn. A0 8948 56020 HOUSEKEEPING AND MAINTENANCE & 

REPAIR CONTRACTS - 
BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS 

Services of the Department of Public Works, Bureau of 
Street Repair, for repairs to roads and other paved 
areas in various campus in the Community College Centers 
Division as needed during the period 7/1/80 - 6/30/81. 
Required Amount $3,000.00 
Previous Work Orders 2,000.00 
This Work Order $1,000.00 



62 SFCCD Appn. A0 8948 56020 HOUSEKEEPING AND MAINTENANCE & 

REPAIR CONTRACTS - 
BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS 

Services of the Department of Public Works, Bureau of 
Building Repair, for miscellaneous maintenance and repairs 
to Community College Centers facilities as authorized by 
the SFCCD for the period 7/1/80 - 6/30/81. 

Required Amount $80,000.00 
Previous Work Orders 70,000.00 
This Work Order $10,000.00 



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Work Ord«'r 



Description 



Amount 



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SFCCD Appn. CO 6510 56020 



HOUSEKEEPING AND MAINTENANCE & 
REPAIR CONTRACTS - 
BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS 



Services of the Department of Recreation and Parks for 
tree trimming services at City College as authorized by 
SFCCD for the period May 1, 1981 to June 30, 1981. 



$3,500.00 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



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Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Govern ing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-C9 

Acceptance of Surplus Material 

President and Members: 

The following miscellaneous surplus supplies have been made avail- 
able and donated to the San Francisco Community College District. The charges 
for transportation and handling represented by these transactions are approxi- 
mately 15% or less of their market value. 

TOTAL COST 
INVOICE NUMBER REQUISITION TO SCHOOL 

& DATE NUMBER SCHOOL DESCRIPTION DISTRICT 



48144 3/20/81 



6710-4-024 College Instructional Supplies 



$85.00 



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The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That authorization be and is hereby given for the 

acceptance of miscellaneous supplies from the California 
State Department of Education State Agency for Surplus Property, and 
further, that authorization be here given for the payment of expenses 
necessary in the handling and transporting of this material from the 
California State Department of Education State Agency for Surplus 
Property. Lists of supplies authorized under this resolution are to 
be placed in the official files of the Secretary of the Governing 
Board of the San Francisco Community College District. 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-C17 

Acceptance of Gifts - Motor Vehicles 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 72241 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may accept on behalf 
of, and in the name of, the district such gifts, donations, bequests, and 
devises as are made to the district for community college purposes or to or 
for the benefit of any community college administered by the district. Such 
gifts, donations, bequests, and devises may be made subject to such conditions 
or restrictions as the governing board may prescribe. In no event shall the 
approval of any state agency be a prerequisite to acceptance of such a gift, 
donation, bequest, or devise. No real or personal property including money, 
accepted by a governing board pursuant to this section shall be considered 
in determining the eligibility of the district for an apportionment from the 
State School Fund nor in determining the amount thereof." 

SFCCD Policy Manual 8.08 Acceptance of Gifts provides that motor 
vehicles be accepted by the SFCCD by a Governing Board resolution. 

From time to time a motor vehicle is offered as a gift to the SFCCD 
to be deregistered and used as instructional equipment. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: The SFCCD has been tendered the following motor vehicles 
as gifts: 

Item No. 1 

Description: 1971 Mazda RX-3 

Identification No. 557 

License No. 747MLD 
Donor: Allen Spencer Fisk 

P. 0. Box 5827 

San Francisco, CA 94101 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $2,250.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 

Item No. 2 

Description: 1969 Cadillac 

Identification No. B9135133 

License No. Y1B385 
Donor Philip Gaynor 

DBA Gaynor Enterprises 

101 Cortes Avenue 

San Francisco, CA 94116 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $1,250.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 



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I torn No. 3 

Description: 1971 Ford 

Identification No. 1J74S172289 

License No. 29893J 
Donor: Philip Gaynor 

DBA Gaynor Enterprises 

101 Cortes Avenue 

San Francisco, CA 94116 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $1,500.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 

Item No. 4 

Description: 1968 Pontiac Firebird 

Identification No. 223378U136804 

License No. 910YVB 
Donor: Suo Wing Fong 

1138 Cole Street 

San Francisco, CA 94117 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $2,200.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 

WHEREAS: Mr. George Redden, Director, John O'Conneil Community 

College Center, and Mr. Laurent Broussal, President, 
Community College Centers, declare that the said gifts, Items 1, 
2, 3 and 4, will enhance the automotive program of the John 
O'Conneil Community College Center and recommend acceptance 
of the gifts, now 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That the motor vehicles described above 

be gratefully accepted by the Governing 
Board of the San Francisco Community College District for and in 
the name of the San Francisco Community College District. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That Mr. George Redden, Director, John 

O'Conneil Community College Center, is 
hereby authorized to execute all necessary documents for the 
deregistration of the motor vehicles in accordance with applicable 
law. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That upon transfer of legal title of said 

motor vehicles to the SFCCD, the Secretary 
of the Governing Board is directed to notify the Donors of the 
acceptance of the gifts by the Governing Board. 

Submitted by, 



♦ 



Recommended for adoption: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 

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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-C18 

Acceptance of Gifts - Other Than Motor Vehicles 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 72241 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may accept on behalf 
of, and in the name of, the district such gifts, donations, bequests, and 
devises as are made to the district for community college purposes or to or 
for the benefit of any community college administered by the district. Such 
gifts, donations, bequests, and devises may be made subject to such conditions 
or restrictions as the governing board may prescribe. In no event shall the 
approval of any state agency be a prerequisite to acceptance of such a gift, 
donation, bequest, or devise. No real or personal property including money, 
accepted by a governing board pursuant to this section shall be considered 
in determining the eligibility of the district for an apportionment from the 
State School Fund nor in determining the amount thereof." 

SFCCD Policy Manual 8.08 Acceptance of Gifts provides that 
(1) motor vehicles, (2) aircraft, (3) cash, (4) securities, (5) precious 
stones, (6) precious metals, and (7) goods other than (1) to (6) above, with 
a market value exceeding $500.00 be accepted by the SFCCD by a Governing 
Board resolution. 

From time to time an item is offered as a gift to the SFCCD to be 
used for educational purposes. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: The SFCCD has been tendered the following items as gifts: 

Item No. 1 

Description: Check in the amount of $100 

Donor: Robert W. Gobel 

1355 Pine Street, No. 8 
San Francisco, CA 94109 
(a former woodshop student at Calileo CCC) 

WHEREAS: Mr. Laurent Broussal, President, Community College Centers, 

declares that the gift will enhance the Community College 
Centers, now 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That the gift described above be gratefully 

accepted by the Governing Board of the 
San Francisco Community College District for and in the name of the 
San Francisco Community College District. 



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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Secretary of the Governing Board 

is hereby directed to notify the donor of 
the acceptance of the gift by the Governing Board. 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-D1 

Classified Personnel Salary Schedule 1981-82 

President and Members: 

The San Francisco Community College District, by Sections 88000 and 88137 
of the Education Code, comes under the merit system of the City and County of San 
Francisco. Under these provisions, the Governing Board of the San Francisco 
Community College District and the Civil Service Commission of the City and County 
of San Francisco must classify all employees and positions not requiring certifi- 
cation. Such employees and positions shall be known as the classified service. 

Section 5.101 of the San Francisco Charter provides that compensation of 
non-teaching and non-technical employees "shall be fixed in accordance with the 
Salary Standardization provisions of this Charter." The Salary Standardization 
Ordinance setting schedules of compensation, work schedules, conditions of employ- 
ment, and method of payment for Civil Service employees subject to the provisions 
of Section 8.400, Section 8.401 and Section 8.407 of the Charter effective July 1, 
1981 has been passed by the Board of Supervisors on March 30, 1981 and signed into 
law by the Mayor of the City and County of San Francisco on March 31, 1981. The 
employees of the San Francisco Community College District are members of the Civil 
Service System. 

Section VI of said ordinance reads in part as follows: "...The San 
Francisco Unified School District and San Francisco Community College District may, 
for its own employees and employees regularly assigned from other departments, 
substitute for the holidays declared above an equal number of different holidays..." 

School holidays are enumerated in California Education Code Section 79020 
et. seq. For the efficient operation of the Community College District, it is 
desirable to have classified employees observe as holidays the same days which are 
school holidays. Substitution of certain holidays will accomplish this in part. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That schedules of compensation, work schedules, conditions of 

employment, and method of payment for employees of the San 
Francisco Community College District subject to the provisions of Section 
8.400, Section 8.401 and Section 8.407 of the Charter effective July 1, 
1981 shall be as set forth in Ordinance No. 132-81 "An ordinance fixing, 
designating, enumerating and providing schedules of compensation for 
persons employed by the City and County of San Francisco, the San 
Francisco Community College District and the San Francisco Unified School 
District, whose compensations are subject to the provisions of Section 
8.400, Section 8.401 and Section 8.407 of the Charter and establishing 
working schedules and conditions of employment and methods of payment, 
effective July 1, 1981." A copy of which ordinance is on file with the 
Secretary of the Governing Board and by this reference is made a part 
hereof. 

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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That pursuant to Section VI of Ordinance 

No. 132-81, the Governing Board hereby 
substitutes the following holidays: 



November 27, 1981 

Friday 

(Day after Thanksgiving) 



for 



September 9, 1981 
Wednesday 
(Admission Day) 



January 15, 1982 

Friday 

(Martin Luther King's Birthday) 



for 



In Lieu of Second 
Floating Holiday 



Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-D2 

Twelfth Amendment to the Annual Classified Positions 
Resolution 1980-81 

President and Members: 

The Annual Classified Positions Resolution enumerates all classified 
positions of the San Francisco Community College District continued or created by 
the Governing Board in adopting the tentative budget. As positions are created, 
deleted, classified, reclassified or changed as to number of positions, class 
title, or rate of compensation during the year, the Annual Classified Positions 
Resolution is amended to reflect these changes. This amendment is such a change. 
The effective date and the nature of the change is indicated below: 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Annual Classified Positions Resolution 1980-81 
as amended be hereby amended as indicated below: 



Amendment 



Class and Item Number 



Compensation 
Schedule 



Section 669010 C - College Division - Salaries 

3 deleted 1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 
3 added 41 1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 



SC 



Effective 05/05/81 to reflect action of CSC at its meeting of 04/06/81 
classifying above positions. 



1 deleted 
1 added 



1720 Data Entry Operator 

1721 Sr. Data Entry Operator 



Effective 05/05/81 to reflect action of CSC at its meeting of 04/06/81 
reclassifying above position. 

SC Subject to classification by the Civil Service Commission 

Submitted by: 



465 B 560 
465 B 560 



430 B 517 
471 B 567 



Recommended for adoption: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 

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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolutions No. 810505-D3 to 810505-D22 
Classified Personnel 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No, 810505-D3 to 810505-D22 cover routine appointments, 
appointments college aides, transfer college aide, releases, resignations, suspension, 
retirements, leaves, salary increment increases, rescindment release, rescindment 
salary increment and changes of status, all in accordance with the Civil Service 
procedures of the City and County of San Francisco. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption: 



Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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APPOINTMENTS 



8.10505-D3 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed for 

permanent duty subject to the usual probationary period 
to be effective on dates as shown below: 



Name 



Class 



Location 



City College 



Effective Salary 
04/01/81 $560 BW 



GREENE, Dorothy I. 1426 Sr. Clerk 

Typist 
MA, William 1630 Account Clerk J. O'Connell CCC 04/22/81 $526 BW 



810505-D4 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed for temporary 

duty, location and effective dates as shown below: 



Name 

SHAPIRO, Ilene 
SKINNER, Katherine 
ANNEE, John A. 
CUNANAN, Lourdes 
TRINH, Van Tien 



Class 



1424 Clerk Typist 



Location 



CC Centers 
Administration 



1426 Sr. Clerk 

Typist 
1488 TIA Evaluation City College 

Technician 
1632 Sr. Account 

Clerk 
3598 School Aide III Mission CCC 



Effective 



Labor Education 04/08/81 
04/02/81 
04/22/81 

District Office 04/08/81 



04/22/81 



Salary 
$5.30 H 
$465 BW 
$494 BW 
$552 BW 
$5.00 H 



810505-D5 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed for 
Exempt Civil Service duty, not to exceed 70 hours 
per month, location and effective dates as shown below: 



Class 



Location 



JHUNG, Moon H. 
LUONG, Tinh Ha 
EBINGER, Phillip 
JAY, Josephine 



1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. City College 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. Centers 

Administration 



1404 Clerk, P.T. 



1424 Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
SKINNER, Katherine J. 1426 Sr. Clerk 

Typist, P.T. 
ANDERS, Dale M. 1745 TIA Computer 

Services 
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City College 

Galileo CCC 

Centers 

Administration 
Downtown CCC 



Effpctive 

04/13/81 

04/06/81 

04/20/81 

04/08/81 

03/30/81 

04/22/81 



temporary 
or $376.00 



Salary 
$4.2625 H 
$4.2625 H 
$5.1125 H 
$5.3000 H 
$5.8125 H 
$6.0625 H 



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APPOINTMENTS 



810505-D5 (Continued) 



Name 



Class 



Location 



Effective Salary 



HANDZUS, Mary A. 
BELL, Rex 

GONZALEZ, Ana Maria 
PERRET, Dominique 
REHN, Steven 
CAULT, Victoria 
JACOBS, Nanci 
BAKER, John 
KAY, Simon 



Downtown CCC 
City College 



1745 TIA Computer 

Services, P.T. 
2402 Laboratory 

Helper, P.T. 
2615 School City College 

Lunchroom Helper, P.T. 
3536 TIA Performing City College 

Arts, P.T. 
3536 TIA Performing City College 

Arts, P.T. 
3597 School Aide II, City College 

P.T. 

3597 School Aide II, City College 
P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, City College 
P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, City College 
P.T. 



04/20/81 
04/08/81 
04/01/81 
04/13/81 
04/14/81 
04/02/81 
03/30/81 
04/01/81 
03/30/81 



$6.0625 H 
$5.1750 H 
$5.3500 H 
$6.6750 H 
$6.6750 H 
$4.1000 H 
$4.1000 H 
$5.0000 H 
$5.0000 H 



APPOINTMENTS 
COLLEGE AIDES 

810505-Db RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed temporary 

3591 College Aide, City College, WORK STUDY PROGRAM, salary 
at the rate of $3.47 per hour, effective on dates as shown below: 



Name 

LANCASTER, Ian 
LEE , Donna 
NGUYEN, Phu D.H. 



Effective 

04/08/81 
04/08/81 
03/25/81 



Name 

TOM, Sandy 
VIDECHE, Liliana M. 



Effective 

04/08/81 
04/08/81 



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810505-D7 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed 3591 College 

Aide, City College, temporary Exempt Civil Service duty, 
REGULAR PROGRAM, (Lab. Attendants), salary at the rate of $3.47 per 
hour not to exceed $376.00 or 70 hours per month, effective on dates 
as shown below: 



Name Effective 

AHMED, Hariba 03/08/81 

AYYOUB, Khalid Y. 03/25/81 

BICKEL, Richard H. 03/25/81 

CHEN, Ernest 03/25/81 

CONSIGLIERI, Victoria 03/25/81 

DAVITVWICH, Vera G. 03/25/81 



Name 

ROMERO, Anita 
GEE, William 
GOTO, Albert J. 
PEREIRA, Maria G. 
WOO, Lily L. 



Effective 

03/25/81 
04/08/81 
03/25/81 
03/25/81 
03/25/81 



TRANSFER 
COLLEGE AIDE 



810505-D8 



RESOLVED: That Frank HATFIELD, 3591 College Aide, temporary Civil 

Service employee, assigned to City College, WORK STUDY 
PROGRAM be transferred to REGULAR PROGRAM, effective 03/25/81. 



RELEASES 

810505-D9 RESOLVED: 

Name 

ANNEE, John A. 
FLOWERS, Odessa M. 
KING, Era 



That the following temporary persons be released close of 
day on dates as shown below: 



Class 

1406 Senior Clerk 

1630 Account Clerk 

3598 School Aide III, 
P.T. 



Location 

City College 

J. O'Connell CCC 

State Presch. Prog. 
(J. Adams CCC) 



Effective 
04/21/81 
04/21/81 
03/20/81 



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RELEASES 



810505-D10 RESOLVED 
dates as 
Name 

ESTRADA, Martha L. 
HUNT, Nancy 
DUNN, Robert 
SHAPIRO, Ilene 
SKINNER, Katherine 
RYNER, Lisa 
DANESE, Stephanie 
CAULT, Victoria 
CAMPBELL, John R. 
KNIGHT, Ernest K. 



That the following Exempt Civil Service persons be 
released from their temporary appointments close of day on 
shown below: 



Class 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 
1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 
1404 Clerk, P.T. 
1424 Clerk, P.T. 



Location 

Parent Education 

(J. Adams CCC) 
City College 

City College 

Labor Education 

CC Centers Div. 



1426 Sr. Clerk Typist, 

P.T. 
2402 Laboratory Helper, City College 

P.T. 
3597 School Aide II, City College 

P.T. 

3597 School Aide II, City College 
P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, City College 
P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, City College 
P.T. 



Effective 

03/17/81 

04/09/81 

04/09/81 

04/07/81 

04/01/81 

04/07/81 

03/24/81 

04/07/81 

03/30/81 

03/24/81 



RESIGNATION 

810505-D11 RESOLVED: That in accordance with Civil Service Rule 33, the 

resignation of David E. BELCH, permanent 1314 Public Relations 
Officer assigned to CC Centers Division, be noted effective cod 
04/14/81. 



RESIGNATIONS 
810505-D12 RESOLVED! 

Name 

SWEENEY, Marguerite L. 

T0RT0LER0, Miriam R. 

HUIE, Joe F. 

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That the resignations of the following temporary employees 
be accepted close of day on dates as shown below: 



Class 



Location 



1450 Principal Clk. 

Stenographer 
1488 TIA Evaluation 

Technician 



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Ef fective 



1426 Sr. Clerk Typist District Office 04/17/81 

District Office 03/24/81 
City College 04/17/81 



RESIGNATIONS 

810505-D12 (Continued) 

Name Class Location Effective 

WARD, Regina 1630 Account Clerk City College 04/09/81 

BIDERMAN, Barry 3598 School Aide III Mission CCC 04/22/81 



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SUSPENSION 

810505-D13 RESOLVED: That Charmaine SCHWINDEN, temporary 1426 Senior Clerk Typist 

assigned to Downtown Center, be suspended with loss of 
salary for the period of suspension, effective April 16, 1981 for a 
period of (3) days to return to duty on April 20, 1981. 



RETIREMENT 

810505-D14 RESOLVED: That in accordance with notice from the Retirement System, d 

the retirement of Yetive EDMONDS, 1446 Sr. Clerk 
Stenographer on permanent duty at John Adams CCC, be noted close of 
day September 26, 1980. Yetive Edmonds has been with John Adams CCC 
since March 3, 1980. 



RETIREMENT 

810505-D15 RESOLVED: That in accordance with notice from the Retirement System, 

the retirement of Hoon K. WONG, 2709 Schoc 1 Custodian on 
permanent duty at CC Centers Division, be noted close of day 
April 30, 1981. Hoon K. Wong has been with the CC Centers Division 
since October 9, 1974. 



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LEAVES 



k 810505-D16 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be granted leave of 
' absence as shown below: 



Name 



CASEY, Mary E. 



Class 



1424 Clerk 
Typist 
CUNANAN, Lourdes M. 1424 Clerk 

Typist 



Location 



Effec. & 
Duration 



Reason 



Centers 03/31/81 for Illness 

Administration 6 weeks 

District Office 04/08/81 To accept temp. 

(Indefinite) 1632, same dept. 



SALARY INCREMENT 
INCREASES 

810505-D17 RESOLVED: That the salaries of the following named persons be 

increased effective on dates as shown below: 



Name 

BROWN, Aurora J. 
iAAPOULI, Sally 
PECCHENINO, Jean R. 



Class 

1402 Jr. Clerk 

1404 Clerk 

1426 Sr. Clerk 
Typist 



Location 



Effec. 



From 



City College 05/25/81 $391 B 

District 06/05/81 $428 B 

Office 

J. O'Connell 06/20/81 $510 B 



06/21/81 $503 B 



CCC 
S.F. Skills 
Center 
2709 School Custodian CC Centers Div. 06/07/81 $549 B 



DELA CRUZ, Evelyn L. 1630 Account Clerk 

AARON, Audie P. 

TOY, Pik Kum 2709 School Custodian City College 06/06/81 $524 B 



To 

$409 

$448 

$534 

$526 

$575 

$549 



RESCINDMENT 
RELEASE 

810505-D18 RESOLVED: That the release of David H. SULTAN, temporary 1402 Jr. 

Clerk, P.T., effective 10/22/80 on Resolution No. 801216-D12, 
be rescinded. 



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rhsc 1.ndment 
saia ry' increment 

810505-D19 RESOLVED: That the salary increment of Larry G. WILLIAMS, permanent 

1404 Clerk assigned to City College, to be effective 
05/14/81 on Resolution No. 810407-D15, be rescinded. 



CHANGE OF STATUS 

810505-D20 RE- LVED: That Lourdes CUNANAN, temporary 1632 Sr. Account Clerk 

assigned to the District Office, be released cod 04/07/81; 
and that effective 04/08/81 she be appointed permanent 1424 Clerk 
Typist, subject to the usual probationary period, assigned to the same 
department. 



CHANGE OF STATUS 



810505-D21 RESOLVED: That Teri RIVERA, temporary 1426 Sr. Clerk Typist assigned 

to Downtown CCC, be released cod 04/07/81 (permanent 1424); ^ 
and that effective 04/08/81 she be appointed permanent 1426 Sr. Clerk ^ 
Typist, subject to the usual probationary period, assigned to the same 
department. 



CHANGE OF STATUS 

810505-D22 RESOLVED: That Stephen FIRPO, temporary 7396 TIA Broadcasting 

Equipment Technician assigned to City College, be released 
cod 04/07/81; and that effective 04/08/81 he be appointed permanent 
7396 TIA Broadcasting Equipment Technician, subject to the usual 
probationary period, assigned to the same department. 



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SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 

Classified Employees 
(Includes Permanent, Temporary & Part-time) 
New Employees Ethnic Survey 
May 5, 1981 



1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1404 Clerk, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 

1630 Account Clerk 

1745 TIA Computer Services, P.T. 

1745 TIA Computer Services, P.T. 

2402 Laboratory Helper, P.T. 

2615 School Lunchroom Helper, P.T, 

3536 TIA Performing Arts, P.T. 

3597 School Aide II, P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, P.T. 
3598 School Aide III, P.T. 



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SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES 

(Includes Permanent, Temporary & Part-Time) 

ETHNIC SURVEY 

AS OF May 5, 1981 

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 





White 


* 

Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Am. Ind. 
Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


126 


84 


35 


56 


23 




324 


Female 


197 


66 


48 


82 


32 


2 


427 


Total 


323 


150 


83 


138 


55 


2 


751 



PERCENTAGE 





White 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Am. Inc. 

Ak. Nat. 


I 

Total 


Male 


16.8 


11.2 


4.7 


7.4 


3.0 




43.1 


Female 


26.2 


8.8 


6.4 


10.9 


4.3 


.3 


56.9 


Total 


43.0 


20.0 


11.1 


18.3 


7.3 


■3 


100.0 



Male 
Fema 1 e 




SAN 


FRANCISCO 


LABOR F0RC1 






55.7% 


1970 CENSUS 


44.3% 


Total 


60.9% 


11.6% 


12.8% 


10.6% 


3.8% 


.3% 


100.0% 



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Pac. Is. - Pacific Islander 
Am. Ind. - American Indian 
Ak. Nat. - Alaskan Native 



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SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 

CLASS IF ii:d EMPLOYEES 
(Includes Fcrnancnt, Temporary & Part-Time) 
ETHNIC SURVLY 
AS OF May 6, 1980 



NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 





Unite 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 

Pac. Is. 


Aq . Ind . 
Ak. Nat. 


TOTAL 


Male 


JOS 


76 


30 


72 


• 


286 


Female 


201 


60 • 


A3 


120 


1 


A?S 


TOTAL 


309 


136 


73 


192 


1 


711 



PERCENTAGE 





Unite 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Am. Ind. 
Ak. Nat. 


TOTAL 


Male 


15.19 


10.69 


A. 22 


10.13 




A0.23 


Female 


28.27 


s-.aa : 


6.05 


16.87 


,1A 


5°. 77 


TOTAL 


• A3.A6 


19.13 


10.27 


27.00 


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Census 



59. A6 



13. A2 



11.97 



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Am. Ind. - American Indian 
Ak. Nat. - Alaskan Native 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 



Subject: Resolutions No. 810505G1-G15 

Certificated Personnel, City College Division 



President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 810505G1-G15 cover certificated personnel 
items for the City College Division. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Juanita U. Pascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 



Recommended for Adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Assistant Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancel lor /Superintendent 



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Kenneth S. Washington 
President 



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810505-G1 

Hourly 

Teaching 

Appointments 

Spring 

1 981 

Name 
+ALLEN, GARY 

BENNETT, JOHN C. 
+DICKINSON, MARTHA 
+MATHES, VALERIE 



RESOLVED: That the following named instructors be appointed 
to teach for the number of hours per week set opposite their names 
for the effective dates indicated. Salary shall be in accordance 
with the current salary schedule, instructional rate: 



Day 
Hours 



Department 
Art ~ ~6 

Diag. Rad. Tech. 4 
IDST/ Women's St. 3 
Social Science 2 



Eve/Sat 
Hours 



Total 
Weekly 

6 

4 

3 

2 



Effective 

Dates 
4/23-6/15/81 
4/7-6/15/81 
4/6-5/18/81 
4/7-6/9/81 



810505-G2 
Changes in 
Hourly 

Appointments 
Spring 1981 

Name 

Increase 

BENNICH, AGATE 



Cancel 

ANNES, GEORGE 
GURD, ROY 
MADIGAN, PATRICIA 
NEFF, WILLIAM 



RESOLVED: That the following changes in hourly teaching 
appointments be noted for the effective dates indicated. Salary 
shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, instructional 
rate: 







Day 


Department 




Hours 


From Art 




6 


To Art 




6 


Diag. Rad. 


Te 


ch. 4 


Computer S< 


:i. 




W.R.E.P. 




2 


Biology 







Eve/Sat Total 
Hours Weekly 



6 
12 



Effective 
Dates 



4/22-6/15/81 



4/6/81 
2/4/81 
4/8/81 
3/26/81 



1 



810505-G3 
Hourly 
Teaching 
Appointment 
Summer 1981 



RESOLVED: That effective June 12 through July 25, 1981, 
SEID, MELVIN, be appointed to teach in the Hotel and Restaurant 
Department for a total of 3 hours per week. Salary shall be in 
accordance with the current salary schedule, instructional rate, 
CO-5420-13022. 



810505-G4 RESOLVED: That effective April 21, 1981, close of day, 

Resignation the resignation of TEMPLE, BROOK (9/18), be accepted at his 
request. 



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810505-0 5 RESOLVED: That for the effective dates indicated, the 

Leave?; o\ I ol Lowing certificated personnel be granted leaves of absence 

Absence for the reasons indicated: 



Name 

BEAL, ETHEL 
CHANG, CORDELIA 
CLARK, SARAH 
GREEN, JACQUELYN 
LEONG, WINNIE 
SCHAFFER, GARY 
THOMAS, JAMES W. 



Reason 

Personal Business 

7.5/15 leave for Personal Business 

Personal Business 

Personal Business 

12/15 leave for Child Care 

5/15 leave for Rest 

6/15 leave for Study 



Effective Dates 

9/8/81-6/21/82 

9/8/81-1/29/82 

9/8/81-6/21/82 

9/8/81-6/21/82 

9/8/81-1/29/82 

9/8/81-6/21/82 

9/8/81-6/21/82 



810505-G6 RESOLVED: That the following named counselors be appointed 

Spec la 1 to provide counseling for the Evening Division at Chinatown on 
Assignment May 14, 1981, for 3 hours each. Salary shall be in accordance 
Evening with the current salary schedule, instructional rate: 
Division CO-5410-14042 
Name 

+CHIN, JESSIE 

+LUM, HELEN 

+POON, GORDON 

+SPOERER, DALE 

-WONG, PAUL 



810505-G7 

Special 

Assignment 

Instructional 

Computing 

Laboratory 



RESOLVED: That effective March 17 through June 11, 1981, 
BOGDANOFF, GREGORY, be appointed to provide faculty supervision 
of the Instructional Computing Laboratory for a total of 1.5 hours 
per week. Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary 
schedule, non- instructional rate. 



810505-G8 RESOLVED: That the following named librarians be appointed 

Special to present the bi-annual Library Technology Workshop for the 
Assignment number of hours indicated on the dates shown. Salary shall be 
Library in accordance with the current salary schedule, instructional 
rate: 



Name 

DOBB, LINDA 
MAULET, BLANCHE 
WILLIAMS, ANN 



Hours 



2 each 

1 

1 



Effective Dates 
5/9 & 5/16/81 
5/16/81 
5/16/81 



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810505-G9 
Spec La 1 
Ass Lgnmcnt 
Instructional 
C omputing 
Laboratory 



RESOLVED: That the following named certificated personnel 
be appointed to supervise the Instructional Computing Laboratory 
during Spring vacation for the total number of hours indicated on 
the dates shown. Salary shall be in accordance with the current 
salary schedule, non- instructional rate: 



Name 

ARAUJO-OROSCO, GINA 
+D UNBAR, ROBERT 



Total Hours 
15 



Effective Dates 
4/13, 4/14 & 4/15/81 
4/13/81 



810505-G10 RESOLVED: That resolution 810324-G7, Amendment to Resolution, 

Rescission of Concert/Lecture Series, be rescinded. 

Resolution 



810505-G 11 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810310-G29, Concert/Lecture Series, 
be amended in part to show the following: 

Change name of performer 

from Stefano Scodanibbio 

to Stefano Scodanibbio for Nicola Pisani 



810505-G 12 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810203-G8, Librarians, be amended 
in part as follows: 



Increase 
DOBB, LINDA 



from 
to 



6 hrs. /wk 
15 hrs./wk 



2/3-6/15/81 
5/19-6/15/81 



810505-C 13 
Retirement 
State 
System 



RESOLVED: That recognition be given of the intent to retire 
through the State Teachers' Retirement System of the following 
named certificated personnel on June 16, 1981: 



Name 

JELINEK, JULIUS 



Department 
Engineering 



810505-G 14 RESOLVED: That the following named certificated personnel 

Hourly be appointed to serve as hourly substitutes for absent instructors 
Substitutes for the Academic Year 1980-81. Salary shall be in accordance with 
the current salary schedule, instructional rate: 



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Name 

BUFFMAN, MARTA 
CANNON, HELEN 
PALM, CHRISTOPHER 
SCHAR, GRANT 



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810505-C15 RESOLVED: That the following named individuals be appointed 

Concert/ for the dates shown and granted the honorarium indicated: 

Lecture 

Series Performer: Cabrillo Dance Ensemble for Regina DeCosse 

Date: April 9, 1981 — 11:00 a.m. 

Location: Dance Studio, North Gym 
Concerts Honorarium: $50 

Concert: Dance Recital 

This 22 member ensemble performs student and faculty works 
throughout Northern California and includes modern, jazz, and 
dance- theater. 

Performer: Lee Kwang-Chu for D. T. Lee 

Date: April 23, 1981 — 11:00 a.m. 

Location: A133, Choral Room 

Honorarium: $100 

Concert: Chinese Pipa Music 

Mr. Kwang-Chu, an outstanding pipa soloist of the Chinese National 
Orchestra, has performed with the Chinese National Orchestra in 
China and in foreign countries. His recital will include some 
of the most important pipa repertoire. 

Performer: 4-Fold Dance Theater for Marc Myers 

Date: April 29, 1981 — 11:00 a.m. 

Location: Dance Studio, North Gym 

Honorarium: $35 

Concert: Modern Dance 

4-Fold Dance Theater of Santa Cruz performs modern dance as well 
as mime and acrobatics. They incorporate original costumes, 
themes and music as they tour Central California colleges and 
universities for two months. 

Performer: Michael McKenzie, Flute — Stephen Damonte, Piano 

Date: May 13, 1981 — 11:00 a.m. 

Location: A133 

Honorarium: $100 

Concert: Flute and piano concert 

These two musicians have presented concerts around the Bay Area 
for the last five years; their work spans the baroque period to 
the 20th century. 

Performer: San Francisco Moving Company 

Date: May 13, 1981 — 12-2 p.m. 

Location: Dance Studio, North Gym 

Honorarium: $350 

Concert: Modern dance performance 

The S. F. Moving Company has received outstanding reviews and is 
considered one of the foremost dance groups in California. They 
have just returned from a successful tour to Los Angeles and will 
be presenting their latest repertoire to the City College audience. 
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810505-C15 Performer: "Alumbre" for Marie Perea-Ost 

(continued) Date: May 14, 1981 — 12-1 : 30 p.m. 

Location: Student Union 

Honorarium: $300 

Concert: Musical Satire 

This musical satire traces the history of Latin music from its 
origins to the present, covering African, Jamaican, Brazilian, 
and South American Indian rhythms. Interrelated experiences of 
the Chicano and Black in this country are portrayed through 
skits interwoven with the music. 

Performer: The Punts, led by Steve Savage 

Date: May 15, 1981 — 12:00 

Location: Student Union, Lower Level 

Honorarium: $200 

Concert: Rock 'n Roll 

This rock 'n roll group has played local clubs and college 
campuses for the past two years but their professional status 
spans almost ten years. Two of the members teach at local 
music schools. 

Performer: William H. Neil 

Date: May 17, 1981—8 p.m. 

Location: St. Paulus Church, Gough & Eddy, S.F. 

Honorarium: $100 

Concert: Haydn's Creation 

William Neil recently performed with the Lamplighters in their 
Channel 9 presentation of "Trial by Jury" by Gilbert and 
Sullivan. He also has sung with the City College Choir in its 
presentation of Handel's "Samson". 

Performer: Baker Peeples 

Date: May 17, 1981—8 p.m. 

Location: St. Paulus Church, Gough & Eddy, S.F. 

Honorarium: $100 

Concert: Haydn's Creation 

Baker Peeples recently sang in Channel 9's presentation of 
Gilbert & Sullivan's "Trial by Jury" with the Lamplighters. He 
has previously performed with the City College Choir in "Samson" 
by Handel. 

Performer: Mission in Motion for Patricia Murphy 

Date: May 20, 1981 — 11 a.m.-l p.m. 

Location: Lower Level, Student Union 

Honorarium: $100 

Concert: Dance 

This group of dancers from Mission High School has performed 
around the Bay Area and recently appeared on television. 

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810505-G15 Performer: The Cisco Kids, featuring Johnny Baker 

(continued) Date: May 29, 1981 — 12 noon 

Location: Student Union 

Honorarium: $500 

Concert: Soul Band 

This 10-piece band has been on the charts for several of its 
recordings. It is a big band sound with exciting vocal 
arrangements as well. 

Performer: Veteran's Theatre Project, Sean Kilcoyne, Director 

Date: June 2, 1981 — 12 noon 

Location: Meeting Space, Student Union 

Honorarium: $200 

Concert: Staged Readings 

These staged readings of original material are written and performed 
by Vietnam veterans and deal with militarism, human conflict, and 
the interpretation of those experiences as they pertain to and 
affect all people. 

Lectures Lecturer: June Rubin 

Date: April 28, 1981—6:30-7:30 p.m. 

Location: Sunset Center 

Honorarium: $15 

Subject: S.F. Church Architecture and Music 

June Rubin, lecturer, consultant, and author will lecture and 
present her own slide show on S. F. church architecture and 
each religion's music as background. 

Lecturer: Clark McKowan 

Date: May 11, 1981 — 7:30 p.m. 

Location: A266 

Honorarium: $25 

Subject: Writing Techniques and Memory Devices 

Clark McKowan will lecture about writing techniques and memory 
devices, subjects about which he has written and published 
widely. An experienced teacher, he has conducted seminars on 
education at various colleges throughout the U.S. 

Lecturer: Elizabeth Ethier 

Date: May 16, 1981—9:30-11:30 a.m. 

Location: CCSF Library 

Subject: Book Arts 

Honorarium: $50 

Elizabeth Ethier is a professional book designer who has lectured 

and taught her craft in the Bay Area. 

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810505-C15 Lecturer: Diane Furtney 

(i-onl Inucd) Date: May 18, 1981 — 7:30 p.m. 

Location: A266 

Honorarium: $25 

Subject: Reading to Become a Better Writer 

This widely published poet will emphasize the importance of 
reading to become a better writer. She has won several awards 
for her work. 

Lecturer: Felicia Lowe 

Date: May 22, 1981 — 11:00 a.m. 

Location: V115 

Honorarium: $150 

Subject: Lecture and Film 

Felicia Lowe, local TV newsperson, will lecture and show her 
widely accalimed film, "China: Land of my Father", an intimate 
look at China through the eyes of an American-born Chinese who 
meets her grandparents for the first time. 



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City College of San Francisco 

ETHNIC SURVEY 

NEW FIRST-TIME INSTRUCTORS HIRED BY CITY COLLEGE BY AUTHORITY 
OF FOREGOING RESOLUTIONS 



TIME PERIOD: FROM April 7, 1981 



TO 



May 5, 1981 



FACULTY 


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M F 


HISP. 

M F 


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PAC. IS. 

M F 


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M F 


AM. IND. 
AK. NAT. 

M F 


TOTAL 

M F 


MINORITY 
TOTAL 

M F 


MINORITY 

% 

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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505H1-H3 
Certificated Personnel 
Categorically Funded Programs 
City College of San Francisco 



President and Members: 

Resolution No. 810505H1-H3 covers certificated personnel items 
in categorically funded programs for City College of San Francisco. Services 
are required and funds have been provided by the grantor for each of the 
categorically funded programs appointments. 

California Education Code Section 87470 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may employ persons 
possessing an appropriate credential as certificated employees in programs 
and projects to perform services conducted under contract with public or 
private agencies, or other categorically funded projects of indeterminate 
duration. The terms and conditions under which such persons are employed 
shall be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the governing board and 
such agreement shall be reduced to writing. Service pursuant to this section 
shall not be included in computing the service required as a prerequisite to 
attainment of, or eligibility to, classification as a regular employee of a 
community college district..." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Recommended for adoption: 



Juanita U. Pascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 



R. Y. Alexander 
Assistant Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Kenneth S. Washington 
President 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancel lor/ Superintendent 



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810505-H1 

Special 

Assignment 

Special 

Programs 

GO-6100- 

15000B 



RESOLVED: That effective May 6 through June 19, 1981, 
the following named certificated personnel be appointed to 
provide curriculum development for the EOPS Study Skills 
Project for the total number of hours indicated. Salary 
shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, non- 
instructional rate. Funded EOPS. 



Name 
+CHOW, VICTOR 
+WEISBACH, CLARICE 



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810505-H2 

Special 

Assignment 

DLC-Enabler 

G0-4100- 

1A022B 



RESOLVED: That effective April 13 through April 17, 1981, 
REILLY, REBECCA, be appointed to assist in the reorganization 
of curricular material in the DLC-Enabler Program for a total 
of 6 hours. Salary shall be in accordance with the current 
salary schedule, non-instructional rate. Funded VEA Subpart 2, 
Handicapped. Res. 810310-B20. 



81050 5-H3 

Special 

Assignment 

CAP Grant 

G0-2800- 

14022 



RESOLVED: That effective April 20 through June 15, 1981, 
the following named certificated personnel be appointed to 
provide materials development and test evaluation for the CAP 
Grant for a total of 10 hours per week each. Salary shall be 
in accordance with the current salary schedule, non- instructional 
rate. Funded CAP Res. 800819-B2. 



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Name 

.McCUTCHAN, Nell 
+THURBER, MARY 
+VANDERWERF, WILLIAM 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolutions No. 810505- Jl to 810505-J3 
Certificated Personnel 
Categorically Funded Programs 
Community College Centers 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 810505-J1 to 810505-J3 cover certificated personnel 
items in categorically funded programs for the Community College Centers. 
Services are required and funds have been provided by the grantor for each 
of the categorically funded program appointments. 

California Education Code Section 87470 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may employ persons 
possessing an appropriate credential as certificated employees in programs 
and projects to perform services conducted under contract with public or 
private agencies, or other categorically funded projects of indeterminate 
duration. The terms and conditions under which such persons are employed 
shall be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the governing board and 
such agreement shall be reduced to writing. Service pursuant to this section 
shall not be included in computing the service required as a prerequisite 
to attainment of, or eligibility to, classification as a regular employee 
of a community college district..." 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 

Recommended for adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/Superintendent 

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COMMU NITY COLLEGE CENTERS 

81 0505- J2 RESOLVED: That effective April 8, 1981, the 

Cam- ell, -it ion 5 Hours/Week (T) Overload Assignment for BETTY J. MILTON, 

of A ssign ment Community College Skills Center, be cancelled. Resolution 

No. 810203-J1. 

810505-J3 RESOLVED: That the following named certificated 

Supervisory employee be assigned additional responsibilities during 

Stipend the Spring Semester, 1981, stipend amount as indicated. 

NAME STIPEND 

Goins, Etta $1,350 for 1980-81-pro-rated 

to days served beginning 
2/2/81. 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 



Subject: Resolutions No. 810505-K1 to 810505-K26 
Certificated Personnel 
Community College Centers 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 810505-K1 to 810505-K26 cover certificated 
personnel items for the Community College Centers. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancel lor /Superintendent 



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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 

810505-K5 RESOLVED: That the following instructional program 

Instructional be approved and given at the location shown. For admin- 
Program istrative purposes, the following program is attached to 

Car. Guidance/Experimental Programs. 

Class; Issues of Concerns to Women 

Location: 920 Washington Street 

Instructor: Welton Meeks 

No. of Sessions: 9 

Hours per Session: 1 

Fee per Session: 1 (? $45.00, 4 @ $25.00 Each, 4 (a No Fee 

Period of Time: 4/2/81 - 5/28/81 

Group Leaders; Marion Liang, Kay Lam, Diana M. Chan, 
Violet Chu, TBA, Anna 0. Wong, Ed Lee, 
Panel: Firemen, Police, Health & 
Welfare Prof. 

81050 5-K6 RESOLVED: That the following instructional programs 

Instructional be approved and given at the locations shown. For admin- 
Programs istrative purposes, the following programs are attached to 

Downtown Community College Center. 

Class: Newsletter Publishing 
Location: 800 Mission St. 
Instructor: Carolyn Biesiadecki 
No. of Sessions: 4 
Hours per Session: 2 
Fee per Session: $50.00 
Period of Time: 5/6/81-5/15/81 
Group Leader: Linda Nanfria 

810505-K7 Class: Newsletter Publishing 

Location: 800 Mission St. 
Instructor: Carolyn Biesiadecki 
No. of Sessions: 4 
Hours per Session: 2 
Fee per Session: $50.00 
Period of Time: 5/20/81-5/29/81 
Group Leader: Linda Nanfria 

8 1050 5-K8 Class: Newsletter Publishing 

Location: 800 Mission Street 
Instructor; Carolyn Biesiadecki 
No. of Sessions: 4 
Hours per Session: 2 
Fee per Session: $50.00 
Period of Time: 6/3/81-6/12/81 
Group Leader: Linda Nanfria 



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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



81Q5Q5-K9 

I nstructional 

Programs 



RESOLVED: That the following instructional programs 
be approved and given at the location shown. For admin- 
istrative purposes, the following programs are attached to 
Galileo Community College Center. 



Class: Self-Hypnosis & Visualization Techniques 

Location: Galileo (at Marina) 

Instructor: Francis J. Baron 

No. of Sessions: 6 

Hours per Session: 2% 

Fee per Session: $50.00 

Period of Time; 4/23/81-5/28/81 

Group Leader: Joseph Itiel 



810505-K10 



810505-K11 



810505-K12 

Instructional 

Programs 



Class: Quilting a Sampler 
Location: Galileo (at Marina) 
Instructor: Francis J. Baron 
No. of Sessions: 6 
Hours per Session: 2 
Fee per Session: $40.00 
Period of Time: 4/27/81-6/8/81 
Group Leader: Caroline Lieberman 

Class: Asian Painting: Mind, Soul & Sensuality 

Location: Galileo (at Marina) 

Instructor: Francis J. Baron 

No. of Sessions: 5 

Hours per Session: 2 

Fee per Session: $40.00 

Period of Time: 5/4/81-6/8/81 

Group Leader: Faye A. Melton 

RESOLVED: That the following instructional programs 
be approved and given at the locations shown. For admin- 
istrative purposes, the following programs are attached to 
John Adams Community College Center. 



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Class: S. F. P. D. - Arrest & Firearms - Phase I 
Location: 2055 Silver Avenue 
Instructor: Maxwell Gillette 
No. of Sessions: 16 
Hours per Session: 2 
Fee per Session: $30.00 
Period of Time: 4/6/81-6/1/81 

Group Leaders: Off. Wassil Rolovich, Off. David Alex, 
Sgt. Michael Hebel, Off. Michael Chan 






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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



81050 5-K13 
Inst rue t ional 
Programs (cont'd.) 



Class: S. F. P. D. - Arrest & Firearms - Phase II 
Location: 2055 Silver Avenue 
Instructor: Maxvell Gillette 
No. of Sessions: 8 
Hours per Session: 2 
Fee per Session: $30.00 
Period of Time: 6/3/81-6/29/81 

Group Leaders: Off. Pirk Beijen, Off. P-avid Alex, 
Off. Wassil Rolovich 



810505-K14 



Class: Foster Parent Training Forum 

Location: Franklin Street 

Instructor: Rosemary S. Darden 

No. of Sessions: 7 

Hours per Session: Various 

Fee per Session: 3 § $100.00 each, 2 @ $50.00 each, 
1 (3 $30.00, 1 @ $25.00 
5/20/81-5/27/81 
Rosario Billingsley, Patricia Bresee, 
Barbara Buggert, Mildren Simmons, 
Kal Gezi, Robert Walker, Jo-Anne Hahn 



Period of Time 
Group Leaders: 



810505-K15 

Instructional 

Program 



RESOLVED; That the following instructional program 
be approved and given at the location shown. For admin- 
istrative purposes, the following program is attached to 
Experimental Programs /Labor Studies 



Class: Work, Workers, and the Arts 

Location: 33 Gough Street 

Instructor: Dorothy Sue Cobble 

No. of Sessions: 4 

Hours per Session: Various 

Fee per Session: 3 % $90.00 each, 1 @ $180.00 (5 Lecturers) 

Period of Time: 5/9/81-5/26/81 

Group Leaders: Bob Carson, Dave Dunaway, Miguel Rios, 

Jane Scantlebury, Al Young, Bill Shields, 

Lisa Rubens 



810505-K16 
Amendment 



RESOLVED: That the following instructional programs 
attached to John Adams Community College be amended as 
shown. 



Resolution No. 800916-K21 

CHANGE From: Howard Fullman - 12/8/80 - $75.00 
To: Stephen Follansbee - 12/8/80-$75.00 

CANCEL: Maribeth Hoech, - 12 '15/8Q-S45.00 



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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



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8 10505-K17 
Amendment 



810505-K18 



RESOLVED: That the following instructional programs 
attached to John Adams Community College Center be amended 
as shown. 

Resolution No. 81031Q-K40 



CHANGE: From-Iris Williams - 2/26/81-$60. 0.0 
To Nancy Silva - 2/26/81- $60.00 

From-Iris Williams - 3/2/81 - $60.00 
To Grace Griffith - 3/2/81-$60.00 

From-Iris Williams- 3/9/81 - 3 hrs. - $45.00 
To Grace Griffith, 3/9/81- 4 hrs. - $60.00 

CANCEL: Iris Williams - 3/5/81-$45. 00 

Resolution No. 810310-K47 

CANCEL: David Alex - 2/25/81 - $30,00 



810505-K19 
Am endment 

NAME 

Klingler, Alfred 

Strid, Jerri L. 



RESOLVED: That the following resolutions, pertaining 
to Temporary Appointments, be amended to show the beginning 
dates of the Appointments for the following employees. 



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CENTER 



RESOLUTION 



O'Connell 810203-K1 
Galileo 810407-K2 



DATES SHOWN 

2/9/81 

3/31/81 



SHOULD BE 

2/4/81 

3/30/81 



810505-K20 
Amendment 



RESOLVED: That the following resolutions, pertaining 
to Temporary Appointments, be amended to show the ending 
dates of the Appointments for the following employees. 



NAME 

Champagne, Leo 
Denney, Carl 
Martinez, Michael A. 
Penny, Austin B. 
Steward, Alfreddie 
Thompson, Jess D. 



CENTER 



RESOLUTION 



O'Connell 800819-K2 
810203-K1 
810203-K1 
810310-K1 
800819-K2 
800916-K2 



DATES SHOW N 

1/21/81 

6/10/81 

6/9/81 

6/10/81 

1/21/8] 

1/19/81 



SHOULD BE 

1/22/81 
6/15/81 
6/11/81 
6/11/81 
1/22/81 
1/21/81 



8 10505-K21 
Amendment 



RESOLVED: That Resolution No. 810324-K1, pertaining 
to Temporary Appointments, be amended in part to show the 
Hours for the Appointment as 8 Tot. Hrs. (NI) instead of as 
8 Tot. Hrs.. (I) for DAVID NOVOGRODSKY, Labor Studies (8984). 



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COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



810505-K22 
Change of 
Name 



RESOLVED: That the name of HELEN ANN SHAMBRAY, 
instructor Downtown Community College Center in the 
Community College Centers Division be changed to HELEN 
A. SHAMBRAY- JOHNSON, effective April 9, 1981. 



810505-K23 
Leave of 
Absence 



RESOLVED: That effective April 8, 1981 thru June 
15, 1981, GERALDINE SMITH, Schedule I Instructor, Downtown 
Community College Center, be granted a 1/5 leave of absence 
from her position; reason: rest, without pay. 



810505-K2 4 
Retirement 
State 



RESOLVED: That recognition be given LORRAINE BURTZLOFF, 
Schedule II Instructor, Mission Community College Center, 
of her intent to retire through the State Teachers' Retirement 
System, effective June 15, 1981. 



810505-K25 

S upervisory 

Stipend 



RESOLVED: That the following named certificated 
employee be assigned additional responsibilities during 
the Spring Semester, 1981, stipend amount as indicated. 



NAME 



STIPEND 



Ward, Oliver 



$2,025 for 1980-81 - pro-rated 
to days served beginning 
4/1/81. 



810505-K26 
Appointment 
1st Year 
Contract 



RESOLVED: That effective May 1, 1981, CECELIA BACON, 
be appointed a Schedule I first year (probationary) Counselor, 
assigned to John Adams Community College Center. Vacant 
Position. Salary shall be in accordance with the 1980-81 
salary schedule. 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-L1 

Amending employment contract for the purpose of 

a) purchasing tax sheltered annuities, or 

b) contributing to tax sheltered custodial accounts, 

for those employees requesting such purchases or contributions 

Presidnet and Members: 

The Governing Board by Resolution No. 791120-B1 has made available 
to its employees the provisions of Section 403(b) of the U. S. Internal Revenue 
Code of 1954 as amended, and Section 17512 of the California Revenue and Taxa- 
tion Code. 

Employees of the San Francisco Community College District may enter 
into an amendment of their employment contracts for the purpose of effecting a 
reduction in the salaries paid to such employees, and that for each employee 
who voluntarily elects to accept such reduction in his or her salary, the San 
Francisco Community College District shall, as directed by such employee, a) 
purchase, with an amount equal to the reduction in salary, a nontransferable 
annuity contract issued by an insurance company selected by the employee, in 
which the employee's rights are nonforfeitable except for failure to pay 
future premiums, and in which all rights under said annuity contracts shall be 
exercisable by the employee concerned, or b) contribute an amount equal to 
such reduction in salary to a custodial account of a custodian selected by the 
employee, in which all rights under said custodial account shall be exercisable 
by the employee concerned. 

The Governing Board by Resolution No. 791120-B1 authorized the 
Chancellor Superintendent, Vice Chancellor - Business, Chief Accountant, or 
Head Accountant to purchase such annuity contracts or contribute to such 
custodial accounts, subject to ratification by the Governing Board. 

The following ratifying resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Governing Board of the San Francisco Community 

College district amend the salary of the following individual 
employee by the amount indicated; this amount will be used to purchase 
or contribute to a tax sheltered annuity or tax sheltered custodial 
account as selected by the employee, complying with the provisions 
of Section 403(b) of the United States Internal Revenue Code, and 
Section 17512 of the California Revenue and Taxation Code; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board purchase tax sheltered 

annuity contract or contribute to a custodial 
account as selected by the employee complying with the provisions set 
forth above, for the following employee; said purchase or contribution 
to be with the insurance company or the custodian as selected by the 
employee and in the amount directed by the employee to become effective 
as soon as administratively possible. 



5/5/81 - LI Page 1 



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EMPLOYEE NO. 



AMOUNT PER MONTH 



Tax Sheltered Annuity 



Great American Life 



Great West Life 



Paul Revere Variable 

Security Benefit Life 

State Teachers' Retirement System 

Variable Annuity Life 



042765 
046565 
052585 
921147 
008500 
025144 
033629 
046966 
051583 
057672 
668636 
983460 
057618 
051737 
910795 
026682 
038747 
041410 
041653 
086830 
913692 



$300.00 
800.00 
800.00 
644.00 
678.00 
426.00 
400.00 
250.00 
200.00 
350.00 
275.00 
614.00 
900.00 
350.00 
225.00 
500.00 
500.00 
300.00 
400.00 
300.00 
200.00 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: 

the amount indicated as 
to employment contract: 



That the Governing Board amend the salary 
of the following individual employees by 
a result of their termination of amendment 



EMPLOYEE NO. AMOUNT PER MONTH 



Tax Sheltered Annuity 

Bankers Security Life 
Great West Life 
Prudential Insurance 



915125 
054935 
958600 



$300.00 
500.00 
100.00 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-M1 

Amending SFCCD Policy Manual Section 8.09 

Contracting for Janitorial and Window Washing Services 

President and Members: 

The Governing Board has requested that the SFCCD Policy Manual be 
amended to provide that the janitorial and window washing services contract 
be awarded only to a bidder who will pay the highest general prevailing rate 
of wages. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: On December 16, 1980, the following amendment to SFCCD 

Policy Manual Section 8.09 to require bidders for jani- 
torial and window washing services to pay the highest general 
prevailing rate of wages was submitted and recommended for adoption; 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That SFCCD Policy Manual Section 8.09 

shall be amended to read as follows: 
(NOTE: Additions or substitutions are indicated by italic type; 
deletions are indicated by ((double parentheses)).) 

8.09 CONTRACTING FOR JANITORIAL AND WINDOW WASHING SERVICES 

It is the policy of the Governing Board that all janitorial 
and window washing services contracts must provide that any 
person performing labor thereunder shall be paid not less than the 
highest general prevailing rate of wages in private employment for 
similar work. 

The San Francisco Purchaser of Supplies shall include the 
above requirement in the invitation to bid and the janitorial 
and window washing services contract. 



Submitted by and 
recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



5/5/81 - Ml 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-Q1 

Claim of Lillian Toupin against the SFCCD - 
Proposed Settlement of $2,000 

President and Members: 

A claim for damages in the amount of $10,000.00 plus special damages 
was filed against the SFCCD by Lillian Toupin for personal injuries allegedly 
occurring on December 9, 1980 at the Downtown Community College Center. 

Claimant has agreed to accept the sum of $2,000 in full satisfaction 
of said claim. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in the claim of Lillian Toupin against the San 

Francisco Community College District a settlement in the 
sum of $2,000 be and is hereby authorized for payment in full, 
provided that full and complete releases be provided by the 
claimant. 

Submitted by, 



James G. Seely 
Legal Counsel 

Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



5/5/81 - Ql 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Kranclsco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-Q2 

Claim of Sherry Lynn Feldman against the SFCCD, Does I-X, 
inclusive, Superior Court No. 739-563, 
Proposed Settlement $6,500 

President and Members: 

A complaint for damages was filed against the SFCCD by Sherry Lynn 
Feldman for personal injuries allegedly occurring on November 21, 1977 on the 
City College of San Francisco campus. 



Complainant has agreed to accept $6,500 in full satisfaction of 



said claim. 



The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in the matter of Sherry Lynn Feldman vs San Francisco 

Community College District, First Doe through Tenth Doe, 
inclusive, Superior Court No. 739-563, a settlement in the sum of 
$6,500 be and is hereby authorized for payment in full provided 
that full and complete releases be provided by the complainant. 

Submitted by, 



James G. Seely 
Legal Counsel 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



5/5/81 - Q2 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-S1 

Presenting the Initial Proposal of the Governing Board 
concerning a collective bargaining contract for the 
faculty unit and establishing the public meeting of 
June 2, 1981, for public response 

President and Members: 

The collective bargaining contract entered into by the District 
and the AFT, Local 2121, representing the faculty, expires on June 30, 1981. 
The AFT, Local 2121, has submitted its initial proposals for a successor 
contract covering the years 1981/82, 1982/83 and 1983/84. 

Government Code Section 3547 reads in relevant part as follows: 

(a) All initial proposals of exclusive representatives and of 
public school employers, which relate to matters within the 
scope of representation, shall be presented at a public 
meeting of the public school employer and thereafter shall 
be public records. 

(b) Meeting and negotiating shall not take place on any proposal 
until a reasonable time has elapsed after the submission of 
the proposal to enable the public to become informed and the 
public has the opportunity to express itself regarding the 
proposal at a meeting of the public school employer. 

(c) After the public has had the opportunity to express itself, 
the public school employer shall, at a meeting which is open 
to the public, adopt its initial proposal. 

On March 10, 1981, the Governing Board, by resolution 810310-S1, 
acknowledged receipt and made public the Initial Proposals of the AFT, 
Local 2121, representing the Faculty unit. On April 7, 1981, the Governing 
Board solicited public response to the AFT proposals by placing a special 
order of business on its agenda. 

This resolution now presents the Governing Board's initial proposal 
and response to the AFT proposals, and establishes the next regular meeting 
of the Governing Board for a public hearing on these proposals. 

RESOLVED: That the Governing Board of the San Francisco Community 

College District hereby presents its Initial Proposals 
for a collective bargaining contract for the faculty unit, a copy 
of which is on file with the Secretary of the Governing Board, 
and by this reference is made a part hereof as though fully set 
forth herein, and 



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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 
hereby establishes the Board meeting of June 2, 1981, for public 
response to such proposals. 

Submitted by, 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-S2 

Presenting the Initial Proposal of the Governing Board 
concerning a collective bargaining contract for the 
supervisory unit and establishing the public meeting 
of June 2, 1981, for public response 

President and Members: 

The collective bargaining contract entered into by the District 
and the Department Chairperson Council, representing the supervisors, 
expires on June 30, 1981. The Department Chairperson Council has submitted 
its Initial Proposals for a successor contract covering the years 1981/82, 
1982/83 and 1983/84. 

Government Code Section 3547 reads in relevant part as follows: 

(a) All initial proposals of exclusive representatives and of 
public school employers, which relate to matters within the 
scope of representation, shall be presented at a public 
meeting of the public school employer and thereafter shall 
be public records. 

(b) Meeting and negotiating shall not take place on any proposal 
until a reasonable time has elapsed after the submission of 
the proposal to enable the public to become informed and the 
public has the opportunity to express itself regarding the 
proposal at a meeting of the public school employer. 

(c) After the public has had the opportunity to express itself, 
the public school employer shall, at a meeting which is open 
to the public, adopt its initial proposal. 

On March 10, 1981, the Governing Board, by resolution 810310-S2, 
acknowledged receipt and made public the Initial Proposals of the Department 
Chairperson Council, representing the supervisory unit. On April 7, 1981, 
the Governing Board solicited public response to the DCC proposals by placing 
a special order of business on its agenda. 

This resolution now presents the Governing Board's initial proposal 
and response to the DCC proposals, and establishes the next regular meeting 
of the Governing Board for a public hearing on these proposals. 

RESOLVED: That the Governing Board of the San Francisco Community 

College District hereby presents its Initial Proposals 
for a collective bargaining contract for the supervisory unit, 
a copy of which is on file with the Secretary of the Governing Board, 
and by this reference is made a part hereof as though fully set 
forth herein, and 



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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Go\ f 

San y College District ^ 

hereby establishes the Board roe: 
response to such proposals. 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-S3 

Declaring May 10 - 16, 1981, as "Community College Week" 

President and Members: 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: California's 107 community colleges are dedicated to the 
needs of local citizens; and 

WHEREAS: the San Francisco Community College District is a part 

of the California community college system and serves 
the residents of the City and County of San Francisco with a wide 
variety of educational services; and 

WHEREAS: California's community colleges stress local control, 
an "open door" policy of equal access to all persons, 
tuition-free education, opportunities for lifelong learning 
through a wide spectrum of programs and courses; and 

WHEREAS: California's community colleges offer more than 6,500 

programs for citizens including: (1) Planning to 
transfer to four-year colleges or universities, (2) Seeking 
skills for initial employment, upgrading, or retraining, 
(3) Desiring developmental education and (4) Seeking personal 
growth ; and 

WHEREAS: California's community colleges have taken a leadership 

role in developing programs and services for students 
with special needs, such as the disadvantaged, reentering women, 
the handicapped, student parents, members of ethnic minorities, 
senior citizens, working students, and those needing developmental 
education; and 

WHEREAS: California's community colleges believe in the importance 

of the unique classroom experience between student and 
teacher, the preservation of academic freedom and the fostering 
of staff excellence; and 

WHEREAS: California's community colleges have had and continue 

to have a highly beneficial impact on the state's economy 
by producing graduates with salable skills who become productive 
taxpayers, plus adding employee salaries and the purchase of 
goods and services to the economy; and 

WHEREAS: California's community colleges are dedicated to the 

principle that our society will benefit when all persons 
have an opportunity for lifetime learning and an improved quality 
of life, THEREFORE BE IT 



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RESOLVED: That the Governing Board of the San Francisco Community 

College District does hereby declare the Week of May 10 - 16, 
1981, as COMMUNITY COLLEGE WEEK with the theme of "CALIFORNIA'S 
COMMUNITY COLLEGES ... BY THE PEOPLE... FOR THE PEOPLE," and, be it 
further 

RESOLVED: That the Governing Board of the San Francisco Community 

College District urges the citizens, students and 
legislators to strongly support and take advantage of the outstanding 
local programs and services offered by this District. 

Submitted by, 



Julie Tang 

President, Governing Board 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-S4 

Authorization to conduct a Summer School in the 
Community College Centers of the San Francisco 
Community College District; classes to be held 
both day and evening from June 22 to July 31, 1981. 

President and Members : 

Form CC-EP-3 (Revised), Application for Approval to Maintain a 
Summer Session, of the Office of the Chancellor, California Community 
Colleges, requires that the Governing Board of each community college 
district that intends to hold a summer session recommend that the 
Chancellor of the California Community Colleges approve the summer 
session program. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Governing Board of the San Francisco 
Community College District recommends that the 
Chancellor of the California Community Colleges 
approve the 1981 Summer Session of the Community 
College Centers of the San Francisco Community 
College District, to be held both day and 
evening from June 22 to July 31, 1981. 



Respectfully submitted, 



Marlene Butler 
Interim Vice President 
Instructional Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 

Recommended for adoption: 

Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 



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The Honorable Governing Board of the 
San Frinc I sco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-W1 

Authorization to enter into a lease agreement with 

Leon Cohn et al for the use of space by Mission Community 

College Center. 

President and Members: 

The Governing Board on October 3, 1978 by Resolution No. 781003-W1 
authorized the Community College Centers Division to enter into a lessee 
agreement with Leon Cohn et al for the entire building known as 160 South Van 
Ness Avenue consisting of approximately 15750 square feet and adjoining parking 
area. The original lease period was for twenty-nine (29) months beginning 
February 1, 1979 and ending June 30, 1981 at the rate of $3,000.00 (. 19/sq.f t . ) 
per month. Because of increase in consumer price index by 10 to 11% per year 
and current market rate in excess of 19c per sq. ft. (as per survey conducted 
by the Department of Real Estate on similar properties within the area) , the 
Lessor is requesting an increase in rental to $5,500.00 (,35/sq. ft.) per 
month. 

With the assistance of the City Director of Property, a year lease 
has been negotiated with the option of renewing for another year. The lease 
additionally provides for an equivalent reduction in rent when the City Assessor 
grants a real property tax exemption due to District occupancy of the premises. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and /or Vice Chancellor, 

Business, are hereby authorized to enter into a 
lease with Leon Cohn et al , for the use of approximately 15750 
square feet of floor space, the entire building at 160 South Van Ness 
Avenue, San Francisco; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the rental for the use of said space shall 

be at the rate of $5,500.00 per month. Main- 
tenance, utilities, and custodial services not included. The 
term of the lease shall be from July 1, 1981 thru June 30, 1982. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Lessee not be responsible for damage 

by fire, earthquake, the elements or enemy 
attack, including any action taken by the military, naval, or air forces 
of the United States, except, however, that the Lessee shall be respon- 
sible for damage by its own negligence; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That no obligation on the part of the San Fran- 
cisco Community College District shall arise 
under this agreement unless performed under the authority of a "Term 
Purchase Agreement" issued by the District and approved by the Real 
Estate Department for and on the behalf of the Communinity College 
District, and duly certified as to funds by the Controller of said 
City and County pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.302 of the 
Charter of said City and County. 

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Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Submitted by, 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Community College Centers 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



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Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Supreintendent 



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Ilonor.il) 1 1' (.ovi-riuiiR Board or the 

Hon Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-W2 

Authorization to enter into a rental agreement 
with Riordan High School for the use of space 
by City College of San Francisco 

President and Members: 

City College of San Francisco requires space in which to conduct its 
graduation exercises on Saturday, June 13, 1981. Convenient and adequate space is 
available at Riordan High School, 175 Phelan Avenue, and a tentative rental agree- 
ment has been negotiated. Rent for the use of the auditorium, cafeteria and music 
room for a period of seven hours will be $125.00 including all maintenance, utilities 
and custodial services. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor, 

Business, are hereby authorized to enter into a rental 
agreement with Riordan High School, 175 Phelan Avenue, San Francisco, 
for the use of the auditorium, cafeteria and music room having 
approximately 3,000 square feet of floor space; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the rental for the use of said space 

shall be $125.00 for a period of seven 
hours on June 13, 198l. All maintenance, utilities and custodial 
services are included; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Lessee not be responsible for 

damage by fire, earthquake, the elements 
or enemy attack, including any action by the military, naval or 
air forces of the United States, except however, that the Lessee 
shall be responsible for damage by its own negligence; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Vice Chancellor, Business, is 

authorized to execute the necessary 
documents to fund this rental. 

Submitted by: 



Recommended for adoption: 



Jun Twamoto 
Vice Chancellor, 
Business 



Herbert M, Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Charles N. Collins 
Associate Director 
Facilities and Planning 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College of San Francisco 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

flan Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-W3 

Authorization to enter into a rental agreement 
with Fort Mason Center of Can Francisco for the 
use of space by City College of San Francisco 

President and Members: 

City College of San Francisco requires the use of space at the Fort 
Mason Conference Center for a Spring Conference scheduled for approximately 
eighty (80) counselors from the Community College Centers and City College of 
San Francisco. The conference workshop has been organized by the Sex Equity 
Coordinator, Joyce Bailey and is funded through Vocational Education Act, 
Sub Part III. A tentative rental agreement has been negotiated and the rent 
for the use of Building "A", Rooms 1-5 will be $275.00 including all mainten- 
ance, utilities and custodial services. 



The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor, 

Business, are hereby authorized to enter into a rental 
agreement with the Fort Mason Center, San Francisco, California, 
for the use of the conference facilities. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the rental for the use of said space 

shall be $275.00 for a period of nine hours 
on May U t 1981. All maintenance, utilities and custodial services 
are included; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Lessee not be responsible for damage 

by fire, earthquake, the elements or enemy 
attack, including any action by the military, naval or air forces of 
the United States, except however, that the Lessee shall be responsible 
for damage by its own negligence; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Vice Chancellor, Business, is authorized 

to execute the necessary documents to fund this 
rental and to charge such cost to City College of San Francisco, Appn. 
No. GO U300 51000-B. 

Submitted by: 



Recommended for adoption: 



.Tun Iwamoto 
Vice Chancellor, 
Business 

Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Charles N. Collins 
Associate Director 
Facilities and Planning 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College of San Francisco 



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The Honorable Governing Board of the 
San Francisco Community College District 



Subject: Resolution No. 810505-W4 

Authorization to lease space at the John 
Adams Community College Center to the City 
Department of Public Works RAP Program 

President and Members: 

On April 26, 1977, by Resolution No. 770426-W3, the Governing Board 
authorized the San Francisco Community College District to lease the entire 
one-story annex at the north-west corner of the John Adams Community College 
Center (about 2,600 square feet) to the City of San Francisco, Department 
of Public Works, Rehabilitation Assistance Program (RAP). The term of the 
original lease was for 8 months, with the right to renew for three subse- 
quent one year periods. The monthly rental rate for the initial year was 
$676.00, with 5 percent increase for each of the subsequent three year renewals. 

The three year period ended on January 31, 1981. The Community College 
Centers Division Administration, recognizing the need for space due to increased 
program offerings and the expected termination of our lease at 1311 Sutter 
Street (formerly the Skills Center) , has agreed only to renew the above men- 
tioned lease to end on June 30, 1981, at the current monthly rate of $783.00, 
including maintenance, utilities, and custodial services. 

It is recommended that the following resolution be adopted: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor, 

Business, are hereby authorized to execute a lease with 
the City of San Francisco for the entire one-story annex at the north- 
west corner of the John Adams Community College Center, approximately 
2600 square feet, to be used by the City Department of Public Works 
as an office for its Rehabilitation Assistance Program (RAP) ; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the rental for the. use of said space 

shall be at the rate of $783.00 per month 
to include all maintenance, utilities and custodial services. The 
term of the lease shall be from February 1, 1981 through June 30, 
1981; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the City, with the prior consent of the 

District, shall have the right to make altera- 
tions to the building provided the same shall not be detrimental to the 
structure and shall restore the premises to the existing condition 
upon termination of the lease; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the City shall hold the District harmless 

from any and all claims or liability for any 
injury or damage to any person or property occurring in or about the 
premises or any part thereof resulting from negligence of the City, 
its agents or employees. 



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Reviewed and approved 
ns to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by. 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Community College Centers 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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The Honorable Governing Board of the 
San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-W5 

Authorization to extend lease agreement with 
Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center for the use 
of space by the Chinatown/North Beach Community 
College Center 

President and Members: 

The Governing Board on July 29, 1980 by Resolution 800729-W2 authorized 
the San Francisco Community College District to enter into a lease agreement with 
Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center. The term of the agreement was from August 1, 
1980 through May 31, 1981 at the rate of $150.00 per month. 

It is recommended that the following resolution be adopted: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor, 

Business, are hereby authorized to extend the lease 
with Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center, 660 Lombard Street, San Fran- 
cisco, for the use of 2 classrooms approximately 1400 square feet of 
floor space; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the lease for the use of said space shall 

be at the rate of $150.00 per month to include 
all maintenance, utilities and custodial services. The term of the 
current lease shall be extended to June 30, 1981. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Lessee not be responsible for damage 

by fire, earthquake, the elements, or enemy 
attack, including any action taken by the military, naval or air forces 
of the United States, except, however, that the Lessee shall be res- 
ponsible for damage by its own negligence; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That no obligation on the part of the San 

Francisco Community College District shall 
arise under this agreement unless performed under the authority of a 
"Term Purchase Agreement" issued by the District and approved by the 
Real Estate Department for and on the behalf of the Community College 
District, and duly certified as to funds by the Controller of said 
City and County, pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.302 of the 
Charter of said City and County. 



Reviewed & approved 
as to finance by: 

Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption 

Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 

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Submitted by 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Community College Centers 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810505-W6 

Authorization to issue an Interdepartmental Work Order 
to the Department of Public Works for installation of 
replacement light fixtures in District Office Building, 
$7,000.00 

President and Members: 

Funds were provided in the Budgets 1975-76 and 1976-77, Special Reserve 
to replace lighting fixtures in the District Office Building. This project was 
to be a phased program to upgrade the lighting in areas where a survey indicated 
lighting levels are below these recommended for the tasks being performed. Pre- 
viously completed phases have replaced lighting fixtuers in the Business Office, 
Certificated Services and the Facilities Planning and Research Office. 

This phase is to replace lighting fixtures in the Governing Board Room. 
The redesigned system will provide a 417% higher lighting level than the existing 
(from 12 f.c. to 62 f.c.) with a corresponding decrease in electricity consumption 
of 79%. 

The new lighting fixtures have been purchased by the District. Remaining 
to complete this phase is the installation of the fixtures. The estimated cost of 
the installation work is $7,000.00. 

District Electrician staff is inadequate to assure timely installation 
work required. It is therefore recommended that the following resolution be adopted 

RESOLVED: That the Vice Chancellor, Business is authorized to issue 

the necessary Interdepartmental Work Order to the Department 
of Public Works in the amount of $7,000.00 for the purpose of furnishing 
the necessary labor and miscellaneous supplies to complete the instal- 
lation of replacement lighting fixtures in the Governing Board Room, 
District Office Building, and to charge such Work Order to SFCCD Appn. 
Nos. S5 9450 62000, S6 9450 62000 and SO 9450 62000. 

Submitted by, 



George W. Shaw 
Assistant Director 
Facilities and Planning 



Charles N. Collins 
Associate Director 
Facilites and Planning 



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Recommended for adoption: 



Jun Twamoto 

Vice Chancellor Business 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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an R'jinciscaCoimmimty College District 

ity College of San Francisco Community College Centers 



Herbert M. Sussman 

Chancellor 

May 6, 1981 
gS NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING 
OF THE GOVERNING BOARD 
SAN* FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 
The Governing Board will meet in a special 
public session commencing at 4:00 p.m., 
Tuesday, May 19, 1981, 33 Gough Street, 
San Francisco, CA, to receive public input 
to the Board's response to AFT Local 2121 
and DCC proposals for new collective 
bargaining contracts. DOCUMENTS DEPT. 



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NOTICE OF CLOSED SESSION 
AND REGULAR MEETING 
OF THE GOVERNING BOARD 
SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 
The Governing Board will meet in Closed 
Session commencing at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, 
June 2, 1981 followed by the Regular 
Meeting at 7:30 p.m., 33 Gough Street, 
San Francisco, CA. 



f 1 I 1901 
PL'C RY 



HERBERT M. SUSSMAN 
CHANCELLOR/SUPERINTENDENT 
SECRETARY, GOVERNING BOARD 



/ 

/ ' Governing Board 

f San Francisco Community College District 

33 Gough Street Julie Tang, President 

^ r- ■ r* ,-. „• n , ino Ernest "Chuck" Ayala. Vice President 

San Francisco, California 94103 Booker T Anderson j r Robert E B unon 

(415) John Riordan Lillian K. Sing Dr. Tim Woltred 

Herbert M Sussman, Chancellor 



<C. -^ a £ I N 2. A 

C/(r> Special Meeting 

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Governing Board of the San Francisco Community College District 

33 Gough Street 
Tuesday May 19, 1981 4:00 p.m. 



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I. Roll Call 

II. Pledge of Allegiance 

[II. Public Response to Initial Proposals of the Governing Board 
concerning collective bargaining contracts for the Faculty 
Unit and for the Supervisory unit 

IV. Adoption of Agenda 

V. Chancellor/Superintendent's Resolutions 

51 - Adopting the Initial Proposal of the Governing Board 

concerning a collective bargaining contract for the 
Faculty Unit after public comment 

52 - Adopting the Initial Proposal of the Governing Board 

concerning a collective bargaining contract for the 
Supervisory Unit after public comment 



DOCUMENTS DEPT. 

91981 



San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810519-S1 

Adopting the Initial Proposal of the Governing Board 
concerning a collective bargaining contract for the 
faculty unit after public comment 

President and Members: 

The collective bargaining contract entered into by the District 
and the AFT, Local 2121, representing the faculty, expires on June 30, 1981. 
The AFT, Local 2121, has submitted its initial proposals for a successor 
contract covering the years 1981/82, 1982/83 and 1983/84. 

Governing Code Section 3547 reads in relevant part as follows: 

(a) All initial proposals of exclusive representatives and of 
public school employers, which relate to matters within the 
scope of representation, shall be presented at a public 
meeting of the public school employer and thereafter shall 
be public records. 

(b) Meeting and negotiating shall not take place on any proposal 
until a reasonable time has elapsed after the submission of 
the proposal to enable the public to become informed and the 
public has the opportunity to express itself regarding the 
proposal at a meeting of the public school employer. 

(c) After the public has had the opportunity to express itself, 
the public school employer shall, at a meeting which is open 
to the public, adopt its initial proposal. 

On March 10, 1981, the Governing Board, by Resolution 810310-S1, 
acknowledged receipt and made public the Initial Proposals of the AFT, 
Local 2121, representing the Faculty unit. 

On April 7, 1981, the Governing Board solicited public response 
to the AFT proposals by placing a special order of business on its agenda. 

On May 5, 1981, the Governing Board, by Resolution 810505-S1, 
made public its proposal for a collective bargaining contract with the AFT, 
Local 2121. That Resolution also established June 2, 1981, as the public 
meeting at which the public would be given the opportunity to comment on 
the Governing Board's proposal. However, Resolution 810505-S1 was amended 
to establish this special public meeting of the Governing Board for public 
input. Public comments are hereby solicited at this Board meeting, after 
which the Governing Board may officially adopt its proposal. 



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The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: Members of the public have been given the opportunity 

to express themselves on the Governing Board's proposal 
for a collective bargaining contract between the San Francisco 
Community College District and the American Federation of Teachers, 
Local 2121. 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 
hereby adopts its Initial Proposals for a collective bargaining 
contract for the Faculty unit, a copy of which is on file with the 
Secretary of the Governing Board, and by this reference is made a 
part hereof as though fully set forth herein. 

Submitted by, 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810519-S2 

Adopting the Initial Proposal of the Governing Board 
concerning a collective bargaining contract for the 
Supervisory unit after public comment 

President and Members: 

The collective bargaining contract entered into by the District 
and the Department Chairperson Council, representing the supervisors, expires 
on June 30, 1981. The Department Chairperson Council has submitted its 
Initial Proposals for a successor contract covering the years 1981/82, 
1982/83 and 1983/84. 

Governing Code Section 3547 reads in relevant part as follows: 

(a) All initial proposals of exclusive representatives and of 
public school employers, which relate to matters within the 
scope of representation, shall be presented at a public 
meeting of the public school employer and thereafter shall 
be public records. 

(b) Meeting and negotiating shall not take place on any proposal 
until a reasonable time has elapsed after the submission of 
the proposal to enable the public to become informed and the 
public has the opportunity to express itself regarding the 
proposal at a meeting of the public school employer. 

(c) After the public has had the opportunity to express itself, 
the public school employer shall, at a meeting which is open 
to the public, adopt its initial proposal. 

On March 10, 1981, the Governing Board, by Resolution 810310-S2, 
acknowledged receipt and made public the Initial Proposals of the Department 
Chairperson Council, representing the Supervisory unit. 

On April 7, 1981, the Governing Board solicited public response 
to the DCC proposals by placing a special order of business on its agenda. 

On May 5, 1981, the Governing Board, by Resolution 810505-S2, 
made public its proposal for a collective bargaining contract with the DCC. 
That Resolution also established June 2, 1981, as the public meeting 
at which the public would be given the opportunity to comment on the 
Governing Board's proposal. However, Resolution 810505-S2 was amended to 
establish this special public meeting of the Governing Board for public 
input. Public comments are hereby solicited at this Board meeting, after 
which the Governing Board may officially adopt its proposal. 



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The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: Members of the public have been given the opportunity 

to express themselves on the Governing Board's proposal 
for a collective bargaining contract between the San Francisco 
Community College District and the Department Chairperson Council. 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 
hereby adopts its Initial Proposals for a collective bargaining 
contract for the Supervisory unit, a copy of which is on file 
with the Secretary of the Governing Board, and by this reference 
is made a part hereof as though fully set forth herein. 

Submitted by, 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 






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*^ AGENDA 
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&/2.Z?/ Regular Meeting 

Governing Board of the San Francisco Community College District 

33 Gough Street 
Tuesday, June 2, 1981 

Executive Session - 5:30 p.m. 
Regular Meeting - 7:30 p.m. 



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I. Roll Call 

II. Pledge of Allegiance 

III. Approval of Minutes - Regular Meeting of May 5, 1981 

[V. Governing Board Reports 

V. Reports - Academic Senate, City College 

Faculty Senate, Centers Division 

VI. Adoption of Agenda 

VII. Chanc el lor/ S up erintendent' s Resolutions 

F inance (Pages 4-21) 

Bl - Adoption of Tentative Budgets for the San Francisco Community 
College District for the Fiscal Year 1981-82 

B2 - Authorizing contract with French Hospital for use of Clinical 
facilities in connection with the Radiologic Technology 
program at City College of San Francisco 

B3 - Authorizing contract with St. Francis Memorial Hospital for 
use of clinical facilities in connection with the Radiologic 
Technology program at City College of San Francisco 

B4 - Authorizing contract with Semans-Mueller Associates for 
specified studies and reports in an amount not to exceed 
$9,300 for the fiscal year 1981-82 

B5 - Authorizing contract with Aileen C. Hernandez Associates 
for special services and advice as a facilitator for the 
Governing Board Workshop, $900.00 

B6 - Adoption of Summer Session Budget for the Fiscal Year 1981-82 
for the College Division 

B7 - Reviewing and accepting the annual audit of the SFCCD for 
the fiscal year 1979-80 



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B8 - Authorization to submit an application for funds to the State 
Department of Vocational Education for a special project at 
the San Francisco Skills Center to train adults in the funda- 
mentals of reading, writing, mathematics and language, under 
the provision of CETA Section 204 (c) (2), $39,147.00 for the 
period June 22, 1981 to September 30, 1981. 

B9 - Authorization to enter into an agreement with Consolidated 
Collections and Consultants, a second collection agency, 
for the collection of delinquent National Direct Student 
Loans and Nursing Loans 

BIO - Rescission of Resolution No.810407-B5, authorization to contract 
with the California State Employment Development Department (EDD) 
through the San Francisco Mayor's Youth Services Office (YSO) , 
and appropriation of funds receivable upon contract approval by 
EDD to conduct a youth training program for the period 
June 1, 1981 to February 28, 1982, Community College Centers, $33,453. 

Bll - Authorization to renew contract with Ronald A. Glick to obtain 
negotiation and other related services, July 1, 1981 at a fee 
of $50 per hour, District Office 

B12 - Authorizing Award of General Liability Insurance, School Professional 
Legal Insurance, Automobile Insurance, Garage and Garagekeepers 
Insurance, and Allied Health Profession Courses Insurance, 
June 18, 1981 to June 18, 1982 to Curtis Day § Company, premium 
cost $78,123.00 and Aircraft Insurance, June 18, 1981 to June 18, 1982 
to Richard N. Goldman § Company, premium cost $4,778.16 

B13 - Authorization to submit an application for funds from the Department 
of Social Services, State of California, to conduct an adult basic 
education program for Indochinese Refugees under the Refugee 
Assistance Act of 1981 (P. L. 94-23) as amended, Community College 
Centers, for the period October 1, 1981 through September 30, 1982, 
$1,362,697.00 

Equipment, Supplies d, Service s (Pages 22-27) 

CI - Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
less than $3,000 

C2 - Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
$3,000 or more 

C4 - Encumbrance for work by City Departments 

C9 - Acceptance of Surplus Material 

Personnel 

- Classified Personnel, 810602D2-21 (Pages 28-40) 
F - Management Personnel, 810602F1-2 (Pages 41-45) 

G - Certificated Personnel, City College, 810602G1-34 (Pages 46-64) 
II - Certificated Personnel, Categorically Funded Programs, 
City College, 810602-H1 (Pages 65-66) 

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Personnel (continued) 

.J - Certificated Personnel, Categorically Funded Programs, 

Centers Division, 810602J1-2 (p a ges 67-69) 
K - Certificated Personnel, Centers Division, 810602K1-12 (Pages 70-78) 
L - Tax Sheltered Annuities (Pages 79-80) 

Policy Manua l (Page 81) 

Notice of Intention to Amend San Francisco Community College 
District Policy Manual Section 1.12 

Superintendent's Resolutions (Pages 82-87) 

SI - Adoption of graduation requirements, alternative means for 
obtaining a high school diploma, standards of proficiency 
and minimum competencies for high school graduation 

B uildings $ Grounds (Pages 88-92) 

Wl - Authorization to exercise option to renew rental agreement 
with Chinese United Methodist Church for the use of space 
by the Community College Centers Division 

W2 - Authorization to enter into a rental agreement with Chinese 
United Methodist Church for the use of space by City College 
of San Francisco 

W3 - Authorization to enter into a rental agreement with the Roman 
Catholic Welfare Corporation for the use of space by City 
College of San Francisco 

W4 - Authorization to extend rental agreement with Cynthia Soyster 
and the Morbio Estate, Inc., for the use of space by the 
Community College Centers Division 

VIII. Requests to Speak 

IX. Chancellor/Superintendent and Staff Reports 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602-Bl 

Adoption of Tentative Budgets for the San Francisco 
Community College District for the Fiscal Year, 1981-82 

President and Members: 

In order that the financial affairs of the San Francisco Community 
College District may be continued during the first few months of the new fiscal 
year, beginning July 1, 1981, a formal resolution adopting the tentative budgets 
for the General Fund, Cafeteria Fund, Dormitory Trust Fund, and Special Reserve 
Fund is required. The resolution permits the Controller to establish expenditure 
appropriation accounts so that obligations may be incurred and salaries paid 
during the summer, prior to adoption of the final budget in August. 

The tentative budgets will be set up on the accounting records of the 
San Francisco Community College District and the Controller. With the subsequent 
adoption of the publication budget and the final budget by the Governing Board, 
adjustments will be made on the accounting records to establish the adopted 
budgets. 

AB8 (Greene) Chapter 282 Statutes of 1979, the current community 
college funding formula will expire on June 30, 1981. As yet, the State 
Legislature, has enacted no formula nor funds for 1981-82. The funding picture 
for 1981-82 is therefore very uncertain at this time. Because the S.F. Controller 
has instructed us to submit 1981-82 budget allowances for posting on his records 
By June 22, 1981, we have developed a tentative budget which summarizes the 
departmental requests. 

In the aggregate the total departmental requests may exceed available 
revenues. Therefore, control language is included in the resolution to delay 
initiation of new services until funding is assured. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That for the purpose of establishing budget accounts on 

the accounting records of the San Francisco Community 
College District and the Controller of the City and County of San 
Francisco, the tentative budgets for the San Francisco Community 
College District are adopted for the Fiscal Year 1981-82 as detailed 
on Community College District forms and summarized by fund, purpose, 
and amount, as follows: 

General Fund $63,621,653 

Cafeteria Fund 676,884 

Dormitory Trust Fund 20,000 

Special Reserve Fund for Capital Improvements 



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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That no new program shall be initiated and 

no new positions shall be filled until 
funding for such new services is assured in the Budget 1981-82. 



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Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602-B2 

Authorizing contract with French Hospital for use of 
Clinical facilities in connection with the Radiologic 
Technology program at the City College of San Francisco. 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 78430 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district offering a nursing 
program, or related program in the healing arts, either in regular graded 
classes or in classes for adults, may maintain classes in such a program 
at hospitals located within or without the district for the purpose of 
providing the hospital training in such classes." 

French Hospital located in San Francisco, California, operates 
facilities suitable for providing clinical experience for students studying 
to become Radiologic Technologists. City College of San Francisco desires to 
secure clinical experience for students enrolled in the Radiologic Technology 
curriculum offered at City College of San Francisco. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with French Hospital for 

use of clinical facilities thereat in connection with 
the Radiologic Technology Curriculum at City College of San 
Francisco commencing with the 1981-82 academic year. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Submitted by, 



Shirley Hoskins 

Assistant Dean of Instruction 

College Division 



Recommended for adoption: 



Kenneth Washington 

President 

City College 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602-B3 

Authorizing contract with St. Francis Memorial Hospital 
for use of Clinical facilities in connection with the 
Radiologic Technology program at the City College of San 
Francisco. 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 78430 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district offering a nursing 
program, or related program in the healing arts, either in regular graded 
classes or in classes for adults, may maintain classes in such a program 
at hospitals located within or without the district for the purpose of 
providing the hospital training in such classes." 

St. Francis Memorial Hospital located in San Francisco, California, 
operates facilities suitable for providing clinical experience for students 
studying to become Radiologic Technologists. City College of San Francisco 
desires to secure clinical experience for students enrolled in the Registered 
Nursing curriculum offered at City College of San Francisco. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with St. Francis Memorial Hospital 

for use of clinical facilities thereat in connection with 
the Radiologic Technology Curriculum at City College of San Francisco 
commencing with the 1981-82 academic year. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 

Submitted by, 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Shirley Hoskins 

Assistant Dean of Instruction 

College Division 



Kenneth Washington 

President 

City College 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602-B4 

Authorizing contract with Semans-Muel ler Associates 
for specified studies and reports in an amount not 
to exceed $9,300 for the fiscal year 1981-82. 



President and Members: 

For the academic year 1980-81, the Semans-Muel ler Associates pre- 
pared studies and reports on loads and weekly student contact hours for City 
College departments. These reports have been invaluable, particularly in 
planning staffing needs. The College wishes to enter into a similar agree- 
ment in 1981-82. 

California Government Code Section 53060 reads in part as follows: 
"The legislative body of any public or municipal corporation or district may 
contract with and employ any persons for the furnishing to the corporation or 
district special services or advice in financial, economic, accounting, engin- 
eering, legal, or administrative matters if such persons are specially trained 
and experienced and competent to perform the special services required." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: 



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That the SFCCD contract with Semans-Muel ler Associates 
for specified studies and reports for the year 1981-82 
a cost not to exceed $9,300. 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 

Respectfully submitted, 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jules Fraden 

Vice President, Instruction 

Ci ty Col lege 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

Ci ty Col lege 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602-B5 

Authorizing contract with Aileen C. Hernandez Associates 
for special services and advice as a facilitator 
for the Governing Board Workshop, $900.00 

President and Members: 

The Governing Board conducted a workshop for itself on May 8 and 
9, 1981. The Governing Board wishes to enter into an agreement with 
Aileen C. Hernandez Associates for the services of Aileen C. Hernandez 
who facilitated the workshop and who will prepare a report of the workshop 
results. The cost of these services is $900.00. 

California Government Code Section 53060 reads in part as follows: 
"The legislative body of any public or municipal corporation or district may 
contract with and employ any persons for the furnishing to the corporation or 
district special services and advice in financial, economic, accounting, 
engineering, legal, or administrative matters if such persons are specially 
trained and experienced and competent to perform the special services required." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with Aileen C. Hernandez Associates 

for special services and advice as a facilitator for 
the Governing Board Workshop on May 8 and 9, 1981, $900.00. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 

Submitted by and 
recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602-B6 

Adoption of Summer Session Budget for the 
Fiscal Year 1981-82 for the College Division 



President and Members: 

The total Summer Session Budget for the College Division is $559,666 
as detailed below, for fiscal year 1981-82 is submitted for adoption. 



Appn. Number 



CI 


5420 


13022 


CI 


5420 


14022 


CI 


5420 


14032 


CI 


5420 


14042 


CI 


5420 


14052 


CI 


5420 


22011 



Account Title Account 

Instructors - Hourly $500,000 

Instructors, Nonteaching - Hourly 18,400 

Librarians - Hourly 15,902 

Counselors - Hourly 22,064 

Student Health Personnel - Hourly 2,800 

Classified - Overtime salaries 500 

$559,666 



The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Summer Session Budget for Fiscal year 1981-82 
for the College Division in the amount of $559,666 be 
adopted, for the period July 1, 1981 to August 6, 1981. 

Submitted by, 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602-B7 

Reviewing and accepting the annual audit of the SFCCD 
for the Fiscal Year 1979-80 

President and Members: 

Education Code Section 84040 requires the governing board of each 
community college district to provide for an audit of the books and accounts 
of the district, including an audit of community college district income and 
expenditures by source of funds . 

On June 3, 1980, the Governing Board adopted Resolution No. 800603-B5 
authorizing a contract with Alexander Grant & Company for audit of the SFCCD in 
the amount of $18,500 for the Fiscal Year 1979-80. 

The auditors have now completed their examination and the results are 
contained in the "Financial Statements and Auditor's Report, San Francisco 
Community College District, June 30, 1980, by Alexander Grant & Company." 

Education Code Section 84040.3 reads as follows: 

"Each community college district governing board shall review the 
annual audit prescribed pursuant to Section 84040 at one of its 
regularly scheduled public meetings ; and such review shall be 
placed on the agenda of such meeting pursuant to Section 72121." 

In order to meet the requirements of Education Code Section 84040.3 
the following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That pursuant to Education Code Section 84040.3 the annual 

audit of the SFCCD for the Fiscal Year 1979-80, as reported 
in the "Financial Statements and Auditor's Report, San Francisco 
Community College District, June 30, 1980, by Alexander Grant & 
Company," a copy of which has been sent to each Governing Board Member 
and also filed with the Secretary of the Governing Board, is hereby 
reviewed and accepted. 

Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 

Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 

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Honorable Governing Board of the 
San Francisco Community College 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602 -B8 

Authorization to submit an application for funds 
to the State Department of Vocational Education for 
a special project at the San Francisco Skills Center 
to train adults in the fundamentals of reading, 
writing, mathematics and language, under the pro- 
vision of CETA Section 204 (c) (2), $39,147.00 for 
the period June 22, 1981 to September 30, 1981. 

President and Members: 

The State Department of Vocational Education, under the provision 
of the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act of 1973, P. L. 93-203, 
Section 204 (c) (2) , has requested innovative training programs which will 
supplement regular CETA-funded programs. The San Francisco Skills Center, 
with the endorsement of San Francisco Mayor's Office of Employment and 
Training, desires to submit a proposal which will address the growing need 
of adults in the Bayview/Hunter's Point area who have severe deficiencies 
in reading, writing, mathematics and language. Adults in this targeted 
area are not able to be served by the city's manpower training system 
because they cannot meet the academic prerequisities to enter the various 
programs. Also, because of their limited financial status, they are unable 
to avail themselves of the extended time period required for remediation 
through the Community College system. Therefore, the San Francisco Skills 
Center is submitting a proposal which will allow a pilot group of 30 adults 
from the Bayview/Hunter's Point area to receive allowances while they 
receive training to increase their proficiencies in reading, writing, 
mathematics and language. 

The funding will be broken down approximately as follows: 

Training cost to be funded by State Vocational Education $39,147 

Set Aside 

Student allowances, set aside for student payroll, 
childcare, et cetera (MOET) 29,711 

Total $68,858 

No District funds are necessary. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice 

Chancellor, Business are hereby authorized to prepare 
and submit an application for funds from the State Department of 
Vocational Education for the San Francisco Skills Center, under 
Section 204 (c) (2) of the Comprehensive Employment and Training 
Act of 1973, P. L. 93-203, for the period June 22, 1981 to Sep-^ 
tember 30, 1981, $39,147. 



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Reviewed and approved 
as to finance, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption, 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by, 



Thomas R. Henderson 

Director 

San Francisco Skills Center 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 



Subject: Resolution No. 810602-B9 

Authorization to enter into an agreement with 
Consolidated Collections and Consultants, a 
second collection agency, for the collection 
of delinquent National Direct Student Loans 
and Nursing Loans 



President and Members: 

Under the terms of our institution's agreement to participate in 
the Student Loan Program, it has been incumbent upon us to pursue an 
effective collections program in which "extensive and forceful" practices 
and policies are applied consistently and with "due diligence". By this 
is not intended cursory attention to general principles but a thorough- 
going systematic commitment to sound practices and policies which should 
ultimately result in a successful collections program. 

In order to accomplish this goal, we contracted with Diversified 
Collection Services, Inc. in 1977. Diversified Collection Services, Inc. 
has been extremely effective in returning thousands of dollars to our re- 
volving loan fund to reloan to students. 

The primary purpose in seeking another agency is to reassign loans 
which have been handled by Diversified Collection Services, Inc. and found 
to be "uncollectible". Reassignment is a standard practice among institu- 
tions participating in loan programs and is a last effort at retrieving 
dollars. After all collection efforts have been pursued according to federal 
due diligence standards, loan notes can be assigned to the Department of Ed- 
ucation and removed from our delinquency rolls. Because of the legislative 
mandate to pursue repayment to the maximum extent before assignment to the 
Department, the federal government recommends that institutions contract with 
multiple agencies. A formal contract with one agency does not obligate the 
college to assign all its accounts to that agency. There is no cost to the 
district for such a contract. 

Representatives from three collection agencies were interviewed and 
their services discussed. After careful consideration, it was decided that 
Consolidated Collections and Consultants can provide us with the most adequate 
services. It is a fully licensed, bonded and computerized collection agency. 
Although it is a relatively new company, the staff has had many years of ex- 
perience in the collection of delinquent student loans. Also, Consolidated 
Collections and Consultants is a local agency in Hayward. 



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The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with the Consolidated 

Collections and Consultants, a second collection 
agency, for the collection of delinquent National 
Direct Student Loan and Nursing Student Loan 
accounts of the City College of San Francisco. 
Such contract shall be for such duration and 
amounts as are provided in the applicable Federal 
student financial aid loan program and allocation. 



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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent 
and/or Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of 
the SFCCD and any and all documents necessary for 
the collection of such delinquent accounts. 



Reviewed and approved as 
to finance by: 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 
Vice Chancellor, 



Business 



Rachel Ness 

Assistant Dean, Financial Aid 



Recommended for adoption: 



Juanita U. Pascual, Vice President 
Administrative Services 



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Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Dr. Kenneth S. Washington, President 
City College of San Francisco 



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Tin- Honorable Governing Board of the 
San l'i •;nii' i sco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602-B10 

Rescission of Resolution No. 810407-B5, authorization to 
contract with the California State Employment Development 
Department (EDD) through the San Francisco Mayor's Youth 
Services Office (YSO) , and appropriation of funds receivable 
upon contract approval by EDD to conduct a youth training 
program for the period June 1, 1981 to February 28, 1982, 
Community College Centers, $33,453. 

President and Members: 

On November 18, 1980, by Resolution No. 801118-B2, the Governing Board 
endorsed the submission of a concept paper for a youth training program to the 
California State CETA Office for funding by the San Francisco Mayor's Youth 
Services Office, with the SFCCD as a participating organization. 

In March 1981, we were informed that the training would be approved for 
the period May 1, 1981 to May 31, 1982 for a contract amount of $31,933. Accord- 
ingly, Resolution No. 810407-B5 was submitted and adopted to contract with the 
California State Employment Development Department to provide the basic skills 
training portion of the project. 

We have now received contract documents for the project covering the 
period June 1, 1981 to February 28, 1982 in the amount of $33,453. It is re- 
commended that Governing Board Resolution No. 810407-B5 be rescinded and that 
the authorization to contract and the appropriation of funds be approved in the 
revised amount and period. No district matching funds are required. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That Resolution No. 810407-B5 is rescinded. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice 

Chancellor, Business are hereby authorized to 
contract with the California State Employment Development Department for 
funds to conduct a youth training program for the period June 1, 1981 
to February 28, 1982. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code Section 

85202, which provides that the governing board 
of any community college district may budget and use any unbudgeted in- 
come furnished during the fiscal year from federal or other governmental 
sources, the following General Fund Trust budget revision is hereby author- 
ized to cover the following project for the period June 1, 1981 to Feb- 
ruary 28, 1982. 

State Income from State Sources 

California State Employment Development Department $33,453. 
Expenditures 

Youth Training Program $33,453. 



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FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby autho- 
rized to execute all documents necessary to record this budget re- 
vision on the accounts of the controller and the Community College 
District and to submit any and all reports required by the State of 
California in the administration of said program. 



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Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by, 



Submitted by, 



Welton Meeks , Director 
Experimental Programs 



Hilary Hsu, Director 
Business Services 



Laurent Broussal, President 
Community College Centers 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 









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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution 810602-B11 

Authorization to renew contract with Ronald A. Glick to 
obtain negotiation and other related services, July 1, 1981, 
at a fee of $50 per hour, District Office. 

President and Members: 

The Governing Board has contracted with Mr. Ronald A. Glick for 
negotiation and related services since May of 1978 to the present. 
The period of contract authorized by the Board must now be renewed in order 
for Mr. Glick to continue his services to the District. Staff has determined 
that the services of a knowledgeable professional negotiator like Mr. Glick 
are absolutely vital in dealing with employer-employee relations in a 
collective bargaining environment. 

California Government Code Section 53060 reads in part as follows: 
"The legislative body of any public or municipal corporation or district may 
contract with and employ any persons for the furnishings to the corporation or 
district special services and advice in financial, economic, accounting, 
engineering, legal, or administrative matters if such persons are specially 
trained and experienced and competent to perform the special services are 
required. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the San Francisco Community College District contract 

with Ronald A. Glick to obtain negotiating and other 
related services beginning July 1, 1981, at a fee of $50.00 per 
hour plus other necessary, reasonable and approved expenses incurred 
subject to the availability of funds for this purpose in the budget 
and adoption of a "C" resolution for this purpose by the Governing 
Board. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor/Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the San Francisco 
Community College District. 

Submitted by and recommended for adoption, 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 

Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602-B12 

Authorizing Award of General Liability Insurance, 
School Professional Legal Insurance, Automobile 
Insurance, Garage and Garagekeepers Insurance, 
and Allied Health Profession Courses Insurance, 
June 18, 1981 to June 18, 1982 to Curtis Day & 
Company, premium cost $78,123.00 and Aircraft 
Insurance, June 18, 1981 to June 18, 1982 to 
Richard N. Goldman & Company, premium cost 
$4,778.16 

President and Members: 

On April 3, 1981, Request for Proposals were mailed to 14 insurance 
brokers. In addition, a "Request for Proposals-Liability Insurance Program" 
was published April 3 and 5, 1981 under official advertising in the San 
Francisco Progress. 

The closing date for receipt of proposals was May 5, 1981, 5:00 P.M. 
Proposals were as follows : 

Curtis Day & Company $83,982.20 

Levinson Bros. , Inc. $89,947.10 

Richard N. Goldman & Company $103,875.16 

Richard N. Goldman & Company $102,085.16 

(Alternate Proposal, 1) 

Richard N. Goldman & Company $106,375.16 

(Alternate Proposal, 2) 

The staff review and recommendation of the submitted proposals are 
contained in a Report to the Governing Board dated May 27, 1981. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD award to Curtis Day & Company the general 
liability insurance, school professional legal insurance, 
automobile insurance, garage and garagekeepers insurance 
and allied health profession courses insurance, June 18, 
1981 to June 18, 1982 to Curtis Day & Company, premium 
cost $78,123.00. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the SFCCD award to Richard N. Goldman & 

Company the aircraft insurance, June 18, 1981 
to June 18, 1982, premium cost $4,778.16. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to issue the necessary documents to procure said general 
liability insurance, school professional legal insurance, automobile 
insurance, garage and garagekeepers insurance, allied health profession 
courses insurance and aircraft insurance. 

6/2/81 - B12 -19- 



Recommended for approval: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602-B13 

Authorization to submit an application for funds 
from the Department of Social Services, State of 
California to conduct an adult basic education 
program for Indochinese Refugees under the Refugee 
Assistance Act of 1980 (P.L. 94-23) as amended, 
Community College Centers, for the period October 
1, 1981 through September 30, 1982, $1,362,697.00 

President and Members: 

The Department of Social Services, State of California is accepting 
application for funds to conduct adult basic/vocational education programs and 
related services for Indochinese refugees under the Refugee Assistance Act of 
1980 (P.L. 94-23) as amended. 

These funds are to be used both to continue the present adult Indo- 
Chinese refugee program which is housed currently at 1311 Sutter Street under 
the administration of the Indochinese Training Project. The program emphasizes 
instruction in basic reading, writing and spoken English skills and the promotion 
of necessary skills for occupational/vocational training and job placement. The 
amount of the application is $1,362,697 for the period October 1, 1981 through 
September 30, 1982. 

There is no District matching required. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor, 

Business are hereby authorized to prepare and submit an 
application for funds to the Department of Social Services, State of 
California, under Public Law 94-23, as amended, to conduct an adult 
basic education program for Indochinese refugees, for the period 
October 1, 1981 to September 30, 1982, Community College Centers, 
$1,362,697. 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Submitted by, 



William Tresnon 

Director 

Alemany Community College Center 



Recommended for adoption: 



Marleng Butler 
Interim Vice President 
Instructional Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Laurent Broussal, President 
Community College Centers 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602-C1 

Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
less than $3,000 

President and Members: 

Listed below are encumbrances for equipment, supplies, and services 
in individual amounts of less than $3,000.00. Investigation indicates that 
they are necessary for the conduct of the schools, and therefore are recom- 
mended for approval of the Governing Board. It is certified that the items 
listed below are in accord with Governing Board policy and that funds are 
available to cover payment. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the procurement 
of the equipment, supplies, services, etc., totaling 
in individual amounts of less than $3,000.00 not hereto- 
fore approved as summarized and detailed below: 



PURCHASE ORDERS 



NUMBERS 




NUMBERS 




NUMBERS 




43164 




44473 




44964 - 


44965 


43471 




44499 - 


44500 


44973 - 


44975 


43647 




44518 - 


44520 


44985 




43846 




44526 - 


44530 


45029 - 


45030 


43899 - 


43900 


44536 - 


44545 


45040 




43909 - 


43913 


44623 




45074 - 


45075 


43926 




44671 - 


44675 


45087 - 


45088 


43944 - 


43946 


44685 




45139 - 


45140 


44098 




44696 - 


44700 


45165 - 


45170 


44158 - 


44160 


44720 




45183 - 


45185 


44197 




44729 - 


44730 


45205 




44212 - 


44214 


44802 




45219 - 


45220 


44280 




44811 - 


44825 


45349 




44299 - 


44300 


44864 - 


44865 


45439 - 


45440 


44336 - 


44340 


44872 - 


44875 


45448 - 


45449 


44358 - 


44360 


44914 - 


44915 


45714 - 


45715 


44406 




44930 




45740 - 
45759 - 


45741 
45760 



TOTAL 



$78,539.09 



TERM PURCHASE AGREEMENTS 



NUMBER 



AMOUNT 



0002-B 
0015-A 
0021-A 
0040-B 
0041-B 
0047-C 
0077-A 
0079-A 



100.00 
395.00 
350.00 
100.00 
100.00 
150.00 
550.00 
400.00 



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TE RM PURCHASE AGREEMENTS (continued ) 
NUMBER AMOUNT 



0097-B 
0100-A 
0113-C 
0114-B 

0401-J 
0401-K 
0402-F 
0412-1 



200.00 
350.00 
500.00 
500.00 
432.86 
850.00 
400.00 
1,400.00 



MISCELLANEOUS ENCUMBRANCES 



REVOLVING FUND VOUCHERS 



NUMBER 


AMOUNT 


0.080 


$ 3,183.38 


0.081 


3,521.49 


0.082 


2,913.44 


0.083 


4,990.18 


0.084 


4,454.22 


DIRECT PAYMENT 


VOUCHERS 


NUMBER 


AMOUNT 


289 


$ 125.00 


290 


1,666.66 


291 


2,494.75 


298 


177.07 


300 


1,824.98 


305 


339.85 


307 


857.43 


308 


1,352.50 



TOTAL 



$6,777.86 



Total 



$19,062.71 



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Total 



$8,838.24 



TOTAL 



GRAND TOTAL 



$27,900.95 
$113,217.72 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by. 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602-C2 

Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
$3,000 or more 

President and Members: 

The following departmental requests for the purchase of supplies, 
equipment, and services have been received. Investigation indicates that they 
are necessary for the conduct of the schools, and therefore are recommended 
for approval by the Governing Board. It is certified that the items listed 
below are in accord with Governing Board policy and that funds are available 
to cover payment. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the procurement 

of the equipment, supplies, services, etc. summarized 
below: 



TERM PURCHASE AGREEMENTS 



NUMBER DIVISION 
0034-B District 



DESCRIPTION AMOUNT 

Additional funds for District's Contribution 
for Unemployment Insurance $33,289.00 



0042-A College/ 
District 



Additional funds for Telephone services at 
various locations of SF Community College 8 .000 .00 

TOTAL $41,289.00 



D TRECT PAYMENT VOUCHERS 

NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION AMOUNT 

284 District Member's contributions to State Teachers' 

annuity fund $213,721.04 

285 District Federal Income Tax deposit 17,696.53 

286 College Funds in the Basic Educational 

Opportunity Grant Program 5,464.00 

287 College Funds in the Nursing Scholarship Program 3,651.00 

288 District Federal Income Tax Deposit 354,150.33 

292 Centers Funds in the Basic Educational 

Opportunity Program 32,337.00 

293 College Deposit for postal mailing permit 

#8905, at CCSF 4,500.00 



District Postage for postal meter #916373 

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294 

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5,000.00 



DIRECT PAYMENT VOUCHERS (continued) 



NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 



295 



Centers 



296 


District 


297 


District 


299 


District 


301 


District 


302 


District 


303 


College 


304 


District 


306 


District 



Funds for stipends for students in the 
Indochinese Bilingual Electronic Technical/ 
Assembler Training Project 

Federal Income Tax Deposit 

Federal Income Tax Deposit 

Full claim settlement of Sherry Lynn 
Feldman against the SFCCD 

Federal Income Tax Deposit 

State Income Tax Deposit 

Postage for meter #F8201563 

Federal Income Tax Deposit 

Foods & Services for City College 
Cafeteria 

TOTAL 



AMOUNT 

12,750.00 
62,026.80 
53,278.18 

6,500.00 

18,050.61 

174,569.79 

5,000.00 
10,191.81 

10,639.16 
$989,526.25 



GRAND TOTAL $1,030,815.25 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602-C4 

Encumbrance for work by City Departments 



President and Members: 

Listed below is an encumbrance in connection with the maintenance 
and repair of San Francisco Community College District facilities. Investiga- 
tion indicates that the work is necessary and desirable for the conduct of the 
schools, and therefore it is recommended for approval of the Governing Board. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the services 

indicated as listed and that authority be and is hereby 

given for the encumbrance of funds against the budget for these 
purposes: 



Work Order 



Description 



Amount 



64 SFCCD Appn CO 6510 43000 SUPPLIES 

Use of Purchaser's Central Shops Gas Stations 
for purchase of gas and oil during the period 
7/1/80 - 6/30/81. $5,435.00 

5,000.00 



$435.00 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602-C9 

Acceptance of Surplus Material 

President and Members: 

The following miscellaneous surplus supplies have been made avail- 
able and donated to the San Francisco Community College District. The charges 
for transportation and handling represented by these transactions are approxi- 
mately 15% or less of their market value. 

TOTAL COST 
TO SCHOOL 
SCHOOL DESCRIPTION DISTRICT 



INVOICE NUMBER 
& DATE 



REQUISITION 
NUMBER 



48439 4/17/81 8915-4-167 Galileo Instructional Supplies 



$230.40 



The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That authorization be and is hereby given for the 

acceptance of miscellaneous supplies from the California 
State Department of Education State Agency for Surplus Property, and 
further, that authorization be here given for the payment of expenses 
necessary in the handling and transporting of this material from the 
California State Department of Education State Agency for Surplus 
Property. Lists of supplies authorized under this resolution are to 
be placed in the official files of the Secretary of the Governing 
Board of the San Francisco Community College District. 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 

Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602-D2 

Thirteenth Amendment to the Annual Classified Position 
Resolution 1980-81 

President and Members: 

The Annual Classified Positions Resolution enumerates all classified 
positions of the San Francisco Community College District continued or created by 
the Governing Board in adopting the tentative budget. As positions are created, 
deleted, classified, reclassified or changed as to number of positions, class 
title, or rate of compensation during the year, the Annual Classified Positions 
Resolution is amended to reflect these changes. This amendment is such a change. 
The effective date and the nature of the change is indicated below: 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Annual Classified Positions Resolution 1980-81 
as amended be hereby amended as indicated below: 

Compensation 
Amendment Class and Item Number Schedule 

Section 669010 C - College Division - Salaries 

added 1222 Sr. Payroll & Personnel Clerk $ 519 B 625 

Retroactive 11/05/80 to reflect change in departmental requirements. 

1 deleted 22 142A Clerk Typist 424 B 510 

1 added 1 1424 Clerk Typist o 424 B 510 

Effective 12/16/80 to reflect changes in departmental requirements. 

Section 669010 D - District Office Division - Salaries 

added 1870 Programmer Analyst Trainee Z 655 B 792 

Retroactive 12/31/80 to reflect change in departmental requirements, 
o Position budgeted but no funds provided 
Z Compensatory time off in lieu of payment for overtime 



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Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College Di6trict 

Subject: Resolutions No. 810602-D3 to 810602-D21 
Classified Personnel 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 810602-D3 to 810602-D21 cover routine appointments, 
appointments college aides, transfers college aides, releases, transfers, resignations, 
resignation CETA program, termination, leaves, salary increment increases, amendment 
appointments, abridgement of leave of absence and change of status, all in accordance 
with the Civil Service procedures of the City and County of San Francisco. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption: 



Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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APPOINTMENTS 



810602-D3 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed for permanent 

duty subject to the usual probationary period to be effective 
on dates as shown below: 



Name 

NOGUCHI, Moriaki 

SHUCRE, Alba L. 



Class 



Location 



1272 Sr. Departmental District Office 05/06/81 

Personnel Officer 
1446 Senior Clerk CC Centers Div. 04/23/81 

Stenographer 



Effective Salary 

$1394 BW 
$586 BW 



810602-D4 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed for 
duty, location and effective dates as shown below: 



CHAN, Jaime H.S. 
TORRES, Mary M. 
SIMONIAN, Joanne 
MYHRE, David 



Class 

1404 Clerk 

1424 Clerk Typist 



Location 
City College 
City College 



1452 Stenographic Centers 

Secretary Administration 

1488 TIA Evaluation Admission & 

Technician Records 

SANTOS, Victoria L. 1650 Accountant City College 



PEREZ, Francisco S. 2709 School 

Custodian 



City College 



HARBIN, Carol M. 
PYLES, Joseph 
RENAKER, Joyce 
LEONG, Brian 
FU, Edmund 



3537 TIA Media Downtown CCC 

Services Manager, P.T. 
3598 Sch. Aide III, Mission CCC 

P.T. 
3598 Sch. Aide III, City College 

P.T. 

7334 Stationary City College 
Engineer 

7335 Sr. Stationary City College 
Engineer 



Effective 

05/18-06/30/81 

05/11-06/30/81 

05/06-06/30/81 

04/22-06/30/81 
05/06-06/30/81 

05/14-06/30/81 

04/27-06/30/81 

04/29-06/15/81 

04/21-06/30/81 

05/13-06/30/81 

05/12-06/30/81 



temporary 

Salary 

$409 BW 

$424 BW 

$631 BW 

$494 BW 
$546 BW 

$477 BW 

$8.0125 B 

$5.0000 H 

$5.0000 H 

$938 BW 

$1057 BW 



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810602-D5 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed for 
Exempt Civil Service duty, not to exceed 70 hours 
per month, location and effective dates as shown below: 



LEJARZA, Eugenia 
NGUYEN, Hoa Thi 
NGUYEN, Thanh T. 
SHIN, Young K. 
SHORTS, Dianne Y. 
KLEPFER, Laura J. 
RYAN, Kevin G. 
GREENWOOD, J. A. 
HEARD, John Jr. 



Class 



Location 



Effective 



1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. Career Guidance 04/21-06/30/81 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. State Preschool 04/22-06/15/81 

Prog. (J. Adams CCC) 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. Child Development 04/29-06/15/81 

Center (J. Admas CCC) 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. J. Adams CCC 05/06-06/30/81 

1424 Clerk Typist, J. O'Connell CCC 04/29-06/30/81 

P.T. 

1840 Jr. Management City College 04/24-06/30/81 

Assistant, P.T. 

3591 College Aide, City College 04/28-06/30/81 

P.T. 

3598 School Aide S.F. Skills Ctr. 05/18-06/30/81 

III, P.T. 

8272 TIA Camput S.F. Skills 04/28-06/30/81 

Control, P.T. Center 



temporary 
or $376.00 



Salary 
$4.2625 H 
$4.2625 H 
$4.2625 H 
$4.2625 H 
$5.3000 H 
$7.1250 H 
$3.4700 H 
$5.0000 H 
$5.8375 H 



APPOINTMENTS 
COLLEGE AIDES 

810602-D6 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed temporary 3591 

College Aide, City College, WORK STUDY PROGRAM, Salary at 
the rate of $3.47 per hour, effective on dates as shown below: 



Name 

DAVEY, Becky 
NGUYEN, Hien T. 



Effective 

04/22/81 
04/22/81 



Name 

PRATT, Ivan E. 
WONG, Kenneth F. 



Effective 

04/22/81 
05/06/81 



810602-D7 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed 3591 College 

Aide, City College, temporary Exempt Civil Service duty, 
REGULAR PROGRAM, (Lab Attendants), salary at the rate of $3.47 per 
hour not to exceed $376.00 or 70 hours per month, effective on dates 
as shown below: 



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APPOINTMENTS 
COLLEGE AIDES 



810602-D7 (Continued) 

Name 

BLONDINA, Anthony F. 
ESFANDIARY, Kourosh 
FLOWER, Mark A. 
FONG, Lillian M. 
GEE, Samson N. 
GUSTAFSSON-PFLUGER, U. 
HEALY, Maria E. 
KEENAN, Phyllis L. 



Effective 

04/22/81 
05/06/81 
05/06/81 
04/22/81 
05/06/81 
05/06/81 
05/06/81 
05/06/81 



Name 

K0ZAKEIWICZ, Paul 
NG, Norman S. 
SOSA, Jeanette E. 
THUMM, Josephine 
TOM, Ark P. 
WELCH JR. Wallace 
YUNG, Amelia B. 



Effective 

A. 05/06/81 
05/06/81 
04/22/81 
05/06/81 
05/06/81 

E. 05/06/81 
05/06/81 



TRANSFERS 
COLLEGE AIDES 



810602-D8 RESOLVED: That the following 3591 College Aides, temporary Civil 

Service employees, assigned to City College WORK STUDY 
PROGRAM, be transferred to REGULAR PROGRAM, effective on dates as 
shown below: 



Name 

DE LA CRUZ, Arphel A. 
DIEF, Thanh T. 
HUANG, Michael 
LAI, Lawrence H. 
LEE, Kyu K. 
LEMON, Regena W. 
LOK, Simon S. 
MALERBA, Richard 
STITH, Alexandra 
WONG, Nai Kwong 
WONG, Windson P. 



Effective 

04/22/81 
04/22/81 
05/06/81 
05/06/81 
04/22/81 
04/22/81 
04/22/81 
05/06/81 
05/06/81 
04/22/81 
05/06/81 



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RELEASES 



810602-D9 RESOLVED: 



Name 



MYHRE, David 

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That the following temporary persons be released close of 
day on dates as shown below: 



Class 



1404 Clerk 



Location 



City College 



Effective 



04/21/81 



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RELEASES 



810602-D9 (Continued) 

Name 

MOHAM, Carolyn 

VAN, Khanh 

DUFFY, Joan I. 

IYERE, Don 

JOHNSON, Clarence Jr. 



Class 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1632 Sr. Account Clerk 

1650 Accountant 

2709 School Custodian 



Location 

J. O'Connell CCC 
City College 
City College 
City College 
City College 



Effective 

05/19/81 

05/05/81 

05/25/81 

04/17/81 

05/12/81 



810602-D10 RESOLVED: 
on dates 
Name 

MARTINEZ, Nadine 
GARVIN, Danny 
RAZNICK, Leonard 
SEMPETI, Nicholas 
CABRERA, Sandra 
SHORTS, Dianne Y. 
LEEDS, George R. 
MURPHY, Damian 
FONG, Victoria H. 
HONG, Ba Ho 
RAMIREZ, Raul 



That the following Exempt Civil Service persons be 
released from their temporary appointments close of day 
as shown below: 



Class 



Location 



1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1404 Clerk, P.T. 

1404 Clerk, P.T. 

1404 Clerk, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

3597 School Aide II, P.T. City College 

3597 School Aide II, P.T. City College 

3598 School Aide S.F. Skills Ctr. 
Ill, P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, J. O'Connell CCC 

P.T. 
8202 Security Guard, P.T. Mission CCC 



Career Guidance 
Galileo CCC 
District Office 
City College 
J. O'Connell CCC 
J. O'Connell CCC 



Effective 

05/04/81 

04/20/81 

05/06/81 

05/18/81 

04/28/81 

05/05/81 

04/07/81 

05/05/81 

03/02/81 

04/28/81 

05/04/81 



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TRANSFERS 



810602-D11 RESOLVED: That the following named permanent persons be transferred 

as shown below: 



t 



Name 



Class 



From 



To 



Effective 



CASARES, Juan 
JACKSON, Robert C. 



2709 School Custodian City College CC Centers 05/06/81 

Division 
2709 School Custodian CC Centers City College 05/06/81 

Division 



RESIGNATIONS 

810602-D12 RESOLVED: That the resignation of Kyser CLEMON, permanent 2709 School 

Custodian assigned to City College, be accepted close of 
day 04/30/81. 



810602-D13 RESOLVED: That the resignation of Mark J. PURCELL, temporary 1404 Clerk, 

assigned to City College, be accepted close of day 05/01/81 



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RESIGNATION 
CETA PROGRAM 

810602-D14 RESOLVED: That the resignation of Chul MOON, temporary 3598 School Aide 

III assigned to the Community College District (Alemany CCC) 
under the CETA Program, be accepted close of day 04/27/81. 



TERMINATION 

810602-D15 RESOLVED: That William H. ABERNATHY, permanent 8207 Building & Grounds 

Patrol Officer assigned to City College, be terminated 
close of day 05/08/81, due to automatic resignation. 



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LEAVES 



810602-D16 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be granted leave of 

absence as shown below: 

Effec. & 
Name Class Location Duration Reason 



SIMONIAN, Joanne 
DUFFY, Joan I. 
FU, Edmund 
KEENAN, John M. 
MOJICA, Cecilia E. 



1446 Sr. Clerk 

Stenographer 
1630 Account 

Clerk 

7334 Stationary 
Engineer 

7335 Senior 
Stationary Engineer 

1424 Clerk District 
Typist Office 



CC Centers 

Division 
City College 

City College 

City College 



05/06/81 

(Indefinite) 
05/26/81 for 

5 weeks 
05/12/81 for 

6 months 

05/11/81 for 

6 months 
05/29/81 to 

07/15/81 & 

07/15/81 to 

07/24/81 



To accept temp. 

1452, same dept. 
Personal business 

To accept temp. 

7335, same dept. 
Personal business 

Maternity leave 
child care leave 



SALARY INCREMENT 
INCREASES 

810602-D17 RESOLVED: That the salaries of the following named persons be 

increased effective on dates as shown below: 



Name 

MEYEROWITZ, Alvan 
MUMAUGH, Earl 
CASARES, Juan 
MANUEL, Roy 
VILLA, Maria R. 
HAYWARD, William 



Class 



Location 



Effec. 



From 



1768 TLA Photography City College 07/05/81 $544 B 

Cinematography 
1872 Programmer City College 07/02/81 $846 B 

Analyst 
2709 School Custodian CC Centers Div. 07/03/81 $575 B 



2709 School Custodian City College 

2709 School Custodian City College 

7397 TIA Senior City College 
Broadcasting Equip. 
Technician 



07/01/81 $500 B 
07/01/81 $549 B 
07/01/81 $830 B 



To 

$570 

$887 

$602 

$549 

$575 

$966 



AMENDMENT 
APPOINTMENT 



810602-D18 



RESOLVED: That the appointment of Habiba AHMED, temporary 3591 College 

Aide, P.T., under the REGULAR PROGRAM, on Resolution 
No. 810505-D7 effective 03/08/81 be amended to be effective 04/08/81. 



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AMENDMENT 
APPOINTM ENT 

810602-D19 RESOLVED: That the appointment of Victoria GAULT, temporary 3597 

School Aide II, P.T., on Resolution No. 810505-D5 effective 
04/02/81 be amended to be effective 03/16/81. 



i 



ABRIDGEMENT OF 
LEAVE OF ABSENCE 

810602-D20 RESOLVED: That the leave of absence granted to Joan I. DUFFY from 

her permanent position, 1630 Account Clerk, be abridged 
cod 05/25/81; and effective 05/26/81 she return to her permanent 
position assigned to City College. 



CHANGE OF STATUS 



810602-D21 RESOLVED: That Gary W. LAWSON, temporary 3537 TIA Media Services 

Manager assigned to Downtown CCC, be released cod 05/05/81; 
and that effective 05/06/81 he be appointed permanent 3537 TIA Media 
Services Manager, subject to the usual probationary period, assigned to 
the same department. 



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1 


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F 


1 


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1 


A/PI 


M 


1 


B 


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SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 

Classified Employees 
(Includes Permanent, Temporary & Part-Time) 
New Employees Ethnic Survey 
As of June 2, 1981 



1272 Sr. Departmental Pers. Officer 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1402 Jr. Clerk, P.T. 

1404 Clerk 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1446 Sr. Clerk Stenographer 

1650 Accountant 

1840 Jr. Management Assistant, P.T. 

3537 Media Services Manager, P.T. 

3598 School Aide III, P.T. 

7334 Stationary Engineer 

8272 T.I. A. Campus Control 



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class ini:i) employees 

(Includes Pcrnancnt, Temporary l> P.irt-Tinc) 

ETHNIC SURVEY 
1 S OF June 2, 1981 



NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 



■ 


White 


- 
Black 


Uispani c 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Am. Ind. 
Ak.' Nat. 


Total 


Male 


123 


82 


32 


•62 


24 




323 


Ft in a ] e 


196 


. 66 


49 


82 


32 


2 


427" 


Total 


319 


148 


81 


144 


56 


. 2 • 


750 



PERCENTAGE 





YJhite 


Black 


Hisoanic 


i Asian 

Pac. Is. 


Filioino 


Am. Ind. 
Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Kale 
Female 


16.4 


10.9 


4.3 


8.3 


3.2 




43.1 


26.1 


8.8 


6.5 • 


10.9 


4.3 


' .3 


56.9 


Total 


42.5 


19.7 


10.8 


19.2 

- 


7.5 


o3 


100.0 * 



Male 




SAN 


FRANCISCO 


LABOR FORC] 




. 


55.7% 


Fema] e 
Total 


1970 CENSUS 


44.3% 


60.9% 


11.6% 


- — — — 

12.8% 


10.6% 


3.8% 


.3% 


100.0% 




Asian ^ m# ^ n( i • 

Hi smn^r y^- Ts - Ak. Mat. Other Total 



0.5% 



6.9: 



300.0: 



D3 to D'.'.l 
Fape 10 of 10 

06/0?/;; j 



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Tac. Is. - Pacific Islandeq 
Am. Ind. - American Indian 
Ak. Nat. - Alaskan Native 



SAU FRANCISCO COILMUIILTV COLLEGE DISTRICT 

CLASSIFIED LMPKOYEE5 
(Includes Tcrnancnt, Temporary L Part-Time) 
ETHNIC SURVEY 
AS OF July 1 , 1080 



NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 



, 


Unite 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 

P2C IS. 


An. Ind. 
Ak. Nat. 


TOTAL 


Male 


114 


.83 


28 


76 




301 


Female 


200 


60 


45 


113 


2 


42*"! 


TOTAL 


314 


143 


73 


189 


2 


721 



PERCENTAGE 





VJhite 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


An . Ind . 
Ak. Mat. 


TOTAL 


Male 


15.82 


11.51 


3.88 


in. 54 




41.75 


Female 


27.74 


8.32 ' 


6.24 


15.67 


.28 


58.25 


TOTAL 


43.56 


19.83 


10.12 


26.21 


.28 


ion. 00 



n 



SK-J9 7U 
Census 



59.46 



13.42 



11.97 



14.74 



.41 



100.00 



D3 to I>]0 
Pare 8 of 8 
07/01 /SO 



Pac. Is. 

Am. Ind. 
Ak. Nat. 



Pacific Islamic 
American Indiai 
Alar. J. .in Native 



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« 



* 



Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602-F1 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 

President and Members: 

Resolution No.810602-Fl covers a management personnel item for City 
College of San Francisco. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective August 1, 1981, through January 18, 1982, 
WILLIAM E. SHEPARD be placed on leave from his position 
as Counselor, City College of San Francisco, and that he be appointed 
Acting Assistant Dean, Student Placement Services, City College of 
San Francisco, vice SARAH C. WONG, on sabbatical leave. Salary to be 
in accordance with the 1981-82 Management Salary Schedule, 
Classification A, Step 3. 

Submitted by, 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College of San Francisco 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor /Superintendent 



6/2/81-F1 



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BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION 



WILLIAM SHEPARD 



Education 

University of Nevada, Reno; B.A. Education, Major Mathematics, Minor Chemistry 

& Physics, 1951 
San Francisco State University; M.A. Educational Administration, 1958 

Credentials 

General Secondary Teaching 1952 

General Secondary Administrative 1958 

General Pupil Personnel Service 1962 

Professional Experience: 

City College of San Francisco, Acting Ass't Dean, Student Placement Services, 

2/2/81 to Present 
City College of San Francisco, Counseling Department, Chairman, 1979-1981 

City College of San Francisco, Supervisor, Placement Testing, 1979-1981 

City College of San Francisco, Counselor, 1969-1981 

Francisco Jr. High School, San Francisco, Head Counselor (Dean of Boys) 1968-1969 

A. P. Gianini Jr. High School, San Francisco, Grade Counselor, 1962-1968 

A. P. Gianini Jr. High School, San Francisco, Head of Mathematics Dept. 1957-1968 

A. P. Gianini Jr. High School, San Francisco, Math Instructor, 1955-1966 

Marina Jr. High School, San Francisco, Math Instructor, 1954-1955 

I 
Professional Organization Memberships : . ~ 

California Personnel and Guidance Association, 1962-1981 

American Federation of Teachers, Executive Board Member, 1978-1979 

San Francisco Classroom Teachers Association, 1954-1969 

Professional Activities 

Mayor's Committee, Better School Relations with the Police, 1962-1966 

Director, General Peer Advisors 

Executive Committee Academic Senate 

English as a Second Language Curriculum Committee 

Liaison Counselor, Alemany Community College Center 

District Student Services Committee 

Hiring Committee, Assistant Director, Evening Division 

Committee Chairman, Student Services Inservice Training, December 13, 1980 

Site Supervisor, Evening Division, 1980-1981 



******** 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602-F2 
Management Personnel 
San Francisco Community College District 

President and Members: 

Resolution No. 810602-F2 covers a management personnel item for 
City College of San Francisco. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective July 1, 1981, ROSA PEREZ, Assistant Dean, 

Students, City College of San Francisco, be appointed 
Vice President, Student Services, City College of San Francisco, 
vice John J. Brady, retired. Salary to be in accordance with the 
1981-82 Management Salary Schedule, Classification D, Step 1. 

Submitted by, 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College of San Francisco 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 



6/2/81-F2 



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« 



• 



' 



ROSA Go PEREZ 

224 Murray Street 

San Francisco, California 94112 

(415) 2398892 (home) 

(415) 2393631 (work) 



EDUCATION 



CREDENTIALS 



A DMINISTRATIVE 
EXPERIENCE 



Ed.D. Candidate, Higner Education Administration, 

Nova University, 1976 
M.A. Community College Counseling, 

University of San Francisco, 1973 
A.B. Stanford University, 1971 

graduated with Distinction 
A. A. City College of San Francisco, 1969 

graduated with high honors 

Supervisor, California Community Colleges 
Counseling, California Community Colleges 
Pupil Personnel Services, K-12 

ASSISTANT DEAN OF STUDENTS, City College of 
San Francisco, Fall, 1975 to present 

DUTIES: Responsible for the planning, supervision, 
evaluation, and organization of the Women* s 
Re -Entry to Education Program, the Enabler Program, 
the Diagnostic Learning Center, and In cooperation 
with the San Francisco Unified School District, 
the Campus Children's Center. I have also worked 
in conjunction with other administrators, faculty, 
students, and community representatives in 
developing various programs and services to assist 
students with their adjustment to college life* 
Additionally, I handle exceptional student problems, 
discipline, waivers of college regulations, and 
facilitate communication between 3tudent3 and 
faculty in complicated situations. 

ACTING ASSISTANT DEAN OF STUDENT ACTIVITIES, City 
Gollege of San Franoioco, Fall, 1980. 

DUTIES: Served as the advisor to student 
government and coordinated numerous student 
activities throughout the semester. Thi3 was a one 
semester, sabbatical replacement position. 

INTERIM ASSISTANT DEAN OF ADMISSIONS AND RECORDS, 
City College of San Francisco, 6/79 — 10/79 

DUTIES: Assumed all responsibilities of the 
Registrar's Office while a search for a new dean 
wa3 conducted. The activities I supervised 
included the admission of new and readmit students, 
the registration process, and the maintenance of 
student records. 



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ROSA G. PJEftEZ 
(cont) 



H KLAT ED EXPERI ENCE 



P^ESSIQNAJ, 



COMMITTEES 



COUNSELOR — Educational Opportunity Program, San 
Francisco State University, FT, 1/74-9/75 

COUNSELOR - EOPS, City College of San Prancloco, 
FT, 11/72- 1/7^ 

COORDINATQR-Mlssion Reading Clinic, Adult Program, 
San Francisco, PT, Spring, 1973 

INSTRUCTOR - Ethnic Studies Program, Department of 
Sociology, University of San Francisco, PT, 
9/71-6/73 

COUNSELOR — Educational Services Center for 
Minority Students, University of San Francisco, 
PT, 9/71-11/72 

CCJGA - CGSF Administrative Delegate 

CCJCA Commission on Women 

Calif* Personnel and Guidance Assn. (CPGA) 

Assn. of California Community College Administrators 

(ACCCA) 
National Assn. of Women Administrators, Deans, 

and Counselors (NAWADC) 
American Assn e of Women in Comaunity and Junior 

Colleges (AAWCJC) 
La Raza Faculty Assn. of Calif. Community Colleges A 
Assn. of Mexican -American Educators (AMAE) 
President, Board of Directors, LULAC National 

Education Services Center 
Vice-President, Board of Directors, Mission 

Reading Clinic, San Francisco 
Secretary, Latino Educational Assn. of the San 

Francisco Community College District (LEA) 

College-Wide Curriculum Goiamittee 
Student Review Board 
Graduation Committee 
Registration Committee 
New Student Orientation Committee 
Enabler Advisory Board 
Mental Health Advisory Board 
Guidance Curriculum Committee 
Rea amissions Committee 
Concert/Lecture Series Committee 
Works of Art Committee 
Financial Aid Advisory Board 



* 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 



Subject: Resolutions No. 810602G1-G34 

Certificated Personnel, City College Division 



President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 810602G1-G34 cover certificated personnel 
items for the City College Division. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Juanita U. Pascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 



Recommended for Adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 

Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancel lor /Superintendent 



Gl to G34 
• Page 1 of 19 
6/2/81 



Kenneth S. Washington 
President 



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810602-G1 
Summer 
Sess ion 
1981 



RESOLVED: That the following named instructors be appointed 
to teach for the number of hours per week set opposite their names 
during the 6 week Summer Session effective June 22 through July 31, 
1981, unless otherwise indicated. Salary shall be in accordance 
with the current salary schedule, instructional rate: 



NAME 



DEPARTMENT 



HOURS ^/FRIDAY TOTAL MAX, EFFECTIVE 
WEEK HOURS WEEKLY. TOTAL DATES 



♦ AGUSTlNOVICi! MARYANN 

♦ AGUSTINOVICH MARYANN 
ALBERS DENNIS 
ANCONA PATRICIA 
ANDERSON STJART 
ANDERSON STUART 

♦ ANDREWS JAMES D 

♦ ANGELOFF THQMaS 



BADGER 

♦ tiL IRD 
BAKER 

bARANC 

BARNHA 

•■"BARTON 

♦ BEDECA 

♦ BEDECA 
BELEN 
BELL L 
BENJAM 
BENNER 
BENNER 
BENNIC 
BISCHO 

♦ BLOOUE 
B0RIS3 
BORNST 

+ BOYD J 
BOZINA 
BRADSH 

♦ BROOKS 

BROOKS 
BROWN 
BROWN 
BROWN 

BROWN 
BROWN 

BURGES 
BURICK 
BURKE 



JENN 

ROGER 
DONAL 

WIL 

RT JE 
GAR 
RRAX 
Rf-AX 
EMILI 
OPEN 
IN JO 
FRUC 
PRUC 
H AGA 
FF JO 
R LAW 
0'' ; MA 
E1N S 
A^ES 

ROBE 

AW JO 

J AL 

J A ME 

DANIE 

DONNA 

ELEAN 

LINDA 

ROGER 

S kat 

katb 

CHARL 



IFER 



BERT V 
RF LOWELL 

EDMUND 
EDMUND 
A RO.NDARIO 

AN 

E 

E 

TE 

HN GORHAM 

RENCE R 

RIA 

HELDO.o 

RT 

HN 

AN 

S 

L 

OR 

RYAN 
T 

H-V S 
LEEN 

ES J 



BEHAVIORAL SCIEN 

BEHAVIORAL SCIEN 

PHYSICS 

ART 

PliYSICS 

P H Y S I C S 

BEHAVIORAL SCIEN 

ENGINEERING 



ART 

ART 

COMPU 

MUSIC 

CONPU 

P fc N 

BIOLO 

BIOLO 

FOREI 

ENGL I 

BUS IN 

BEHAV 

BEHAV 

ART 

MUSIC 

SOCIA 

APT 

BUS IN 

EfGLI 

MUSIC 

BEHAV 

ART 

BUSIN 
ENGL I 
BEHAV 
ENGH 
HFALT 
ENGLI 

COMFU 

PEN 

MATHE 



TER SCIENCE 

TLR SCIENCE 

ORT-H 

GY 

GY 

GN LANGUAGE 

SH 

ESS 

IuRAL 

I URAL 



SCIEN 
SCILN 



L SCIlNCES 



ESS 

SH 

IORAL 

ESS 

SH 

IORaL 

SH 

H SCIE 

SH 

TER SC 
ORTH 

MATICS 



SCIEN 

SCIEN 
NCE 

IENCE 



15 
3 

6 
15 

10 
t> 

13 



15.0 



15. 
15. 
20, 

7 . 

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4 , 

lu. 

6, 

20. 

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11. 

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15. 

7. 
15. 

7. 
12. 
15, 
15. 

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15. 

6. 
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15. 

2u, 

15. 

20.0 
20.0 
22,5 



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2,0 
3 , 

6 . 



3.0 
6,0 
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1? 

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6 

15 
10 
6 
15 
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15 

15 
20 

7 

10 

4 

10 
6. 

20 
6 

12 

7 
12 

15 

7 
15 

7 
12 
15 

15 

7 

15 

6 

12 

6 

15 

20 

15 

20 

20 

22 



15,0 



3.0 

9.0 

15.0 

ICO 

9.0 

15.0 
15.0 

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15.0 
20.0 
7.5 
10.0 



6/22-8/6 
6/22-6/6 



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10 
6 

20 
<? 

12 

7 

15 



15.0 

7.? 

15.0 

7.5 

12.5 

15.0 

15.0 

7.5 

15.0 

9,0 
15.0 

9.0 
15.0 

2C 
15,0 
20.0 
20.0 
2°. 5 



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+Regular full time instructor 

#Pro-rata instructor 

*New hourly instructor—appointment contingent upon possession and 

recordation of an appropriate California Community College Credential, 
@One Friday 
%Three Fridays 



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NAME 



DEPARTMENT 



HOUPS 2/rRlDAY TOTAL MAX, EFFECTIVE 
WEEK HOURS WEEKLY TOTAL DATES 



BURTON LAWRENCE 
BURTQH ^!Y3 

BYRNES CAROL 



BROADCASTING 
CAI-EER DEV/PLACE 2 
BUSINESS U' 



7,5 

3 



A I Ml 3 J 
ALVIN K 
ALVIN * 
AMPUELL 
ANEPA J 
ARPENTF 
ASEY CA 
ASEY UO 
ASTANO 
ASTANO 
ATE DO!-; 
HADDOCK 
HUN DO» 
LARK SU 
LEARY U 
OLES LY 
ONTpJO 
ONTRERA 
OOPbR S 
ORNLLL 
ORNELL 
RAIG CO 
REESE F 
RIRHS W 
ROOKS M 



J -if FTHLVl 

ENNETH 

ENNETH 

Donald 

OSEPH 

R WILLA^D 

RUL 

HN 

^IL r REDO 

WILFREDO 

ALD 
RODERT 

IS 

\NV LEE 
IN J A M 
NN 

MICHAEL 
S A ITHOJY 
TEPHEN J 
ELIZABETH 
dUDY 
NRAD 
PANKLYN 
ALTE^ J 
ACK C 



♦ DANFURTH SUSAN P 
UANGfcLO JACK E 
DAVIS RICHARD 

♦ DAWKINS TANAKQ 
DAWSON HELEN 

♦ DEGROOT PE T ER H 

♦ DEIONGH HENRY ROBERT 
DERPERIAN LYNN 
DERUN STEVP 
DOLLAR!) KaTHERINF 

♦ DOMECUS ERNEST 
DOSS monfeRa HABIE 

♦ DUGGAN BRADLEY J 

♦ DUNRaR ROBERT L 

EBEN JUDY 

♦ EDWARDS SHARON 



HEALTH 

bfhavi 

BEHAVI 
SOCIAL 
BI'SIKE 
SOCIAL 
CAREER 
BbSlNE 

phutog 

PHOTOG 

DRAMA 
A^T 

FORE I G 
MEDICA 

ARCH IT 
P E NO 
MATHER 
SOCIAL 
fcl.'uINE 
Qi'SINE 

At r 

BUSINE 

PHYSIC 
MATHEM 
Ml 'SIC 



SCIENCE 

ORAL SCIEN 

ORAL SCIEN 

SCIENCES 

ss 

SCIENCES 

DEV/PLACE 

ss 

KAPHY 
KAPHY 



N LAuGUAuE 
L ASSISTING 
LCTUKE 
RTH 
ATICS 

SCIENCES 
ERINU 
SS 

ss 

ATICU 



P L NORTH 
BUSINESS 

BIOLOGY 

P E NORTH 

BUSINESS 

SOCIAL SCltNCES 

BUSINESS 

ENGLISH 

SCCIAL SCIENCES 

SOCIAL SCIENCES 

P E SCUTH 

ENGLISH 

P E SOUTH 

BPHaVIuRaL SCIEN 

CCSU^ER ARTS 
BIOLOGY 



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12 

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6 

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15 

7 

4 

12 

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3.0 

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15.0 

20.0 

15.0 

7.0 

9.0 

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7.5 



16 
9 

15 

20 
7 

15 
7 
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15 



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15.0 
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ft PRO RATA 

* NEW HOURLY 
9 ONE FRIDAY 

% THREE FRIDAYS 



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8106Q?G1 (CONTINUED) 









HOURS 


^'/FRIDAY 


TOTAL 


MAX, 


EFFECTIVE 




NAME 


DEPARTMENT 


WEEK 


HOURS 


WEEKLY 


TOTAL 


DATES 




ENClaO f'RANZ 


MUSIC 


5.0 


6 


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6.0 


9.C 


6/22-8/* 




ERWliJ DAPHNE 


CONSUMER ARTS 


12*5 






12,5 


12.5 






fcVEPHART MARY FRANCES 


ENGLISH 


5.0 

* 






5,0 


5.0 




♦ 


FENNER RICHARD 


MUSIC 


6 . 


6 


.0 


6,0 


9.0 


6/22-8/4 




FERRARA LAWRENCE 


MUSIC 


15.0 






15.0 


15.0 






FLYN.j HRNRY IGNATIUS 


BUSINESS 


7.0 






7,0 


7.0 


6/22-8/6 




FJRTGANG ARTHUR 


ENGINEERING 


20.0 






20.0 


20,0 






FRaSeR MARSHALL 


MATHEMATICS 


10.0 






10,0 


10,0 






FREGLY CAROL 


ENGLISH 


12.0 


6 


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12, C 


15.0 


6/22-8/6 




frivaldo JUaN 


SOCIAL SCIENCES 


7.5 






7.5 


7.5 




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FURUTA STANLEY 


CHEMISTRY 


25.0 






25.0 


25.0 






GAN T RALPH R 


ENGLISH 


t>. 


J 


,0 


6.0 


9.0 


6/22-8/6 




G4RFIMKLE JOAN 


BUSINESS 


5.0 






5.0 


5.0 


6/22-8/6 


1 


•'GENSlER THERESA 


P E NORTH 


6. 


2 


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8,0 


10.0 


6/2?-8/6 




GENTILE PAMELA 


ENGLISH 


14.0 






14,0 


14.0 


6/22-8/6 


+ 


GILES ELMORE JP 


ENGLISH 


7.5 






7,5 


7.5 






lilUSTO THOMAS 


P E NORTH 


20.0 






20.0 


2^.0 






GODOY RAFAEL 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 


7.5 






7.5 


7.5 






GOL T ON ROBERT 


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6/22-8/6 




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15.0 


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20.0 


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6/22-8/6 




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15,0 


15.0 






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15,0 


15.0 


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7.5 


7.5 


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6.0 


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6/22-8/6 




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6,0 


9.0 


6/22-8/6 


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20.0 


20.0 


6/22-8/6 


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15,0 


15.0 






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15.0 


15.0 




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16.0 


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20.0 


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15.0 


15.0 






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7.5 


7 .5 




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15.0 


15.0 






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15,0 


15.0 




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SOCIAL SCILNCES 

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7 

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15 
15 
10 

15 

5 

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15 

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13.0 

15.0 

7.5 

20.0 

15.0 

25.0 

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6.0 

7.5 



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12,5 
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6,0 

7.5 

20,0 

6.0 

2.5 

20,0 

7,0 

15,0 

15,0 

1C ,0 

15.0 
5,0 
7,0 

13. o 

15.0 
7.5 
20.0 
15,0 
25.0 

2P.0 

6,0 

7,5 
12.5 

6.0 
14.0 

6.0 

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6.0 
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7,5 
12,5 

4,0 

15.0 

2.5 

12,5 

16.5 



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5 
12 

7 
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20 

9 

7 

20 
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2 
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7 
15 
15 
10 
15 

7 

16 
15 

7 

20 
15 

25 

20 
6 

7 

12 
9 

14 

6 
8 

9 

15 

7 

12 

6 

15 

12 

16 



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6/22-8/6 
6/22-8/6 
6/22-8/* 

6/22-8/6 



6/22-8/6 
6/22-8/6 

6/22-8/6 



6/22-8/6 
6/22-8/6 

6/22-8/6 



6/22-7/7 

6/22-8/6 
6/22-8/6 
6/22-8/6 

6/22-8/6 
6/22-6/6 



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PERRYMAM JOHN 
PHELAN ROBERT S 
PIGG6E THOMAS WAYNE 
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COMPUT 
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P b SOUTH 

PHOTOGRAPHY 

P E SOUTH 

FOREIGN LAN 

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IDST 

ENGLISH 

P E SOUTH 

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BIOLOGY 

COMPUTER SCIENCE 7.5 

BUSINESS 12.5 

DRAMA 20.0 

SOCIAL SCIENCES 15.0 



10 
5 

20 

5 

GUAGE 15 

15 
7 

15 
5 

15 

12 
7 
7 
7 



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3.0 

6 , 
3 .0 

3,0 

6 , 
3,0 

6,0 



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2.5 

4,0 
25,0 

6.0 
15,0 

6.0 
15,0 

7.5 
15,0 

6,0 
15.0 

6,0 
20,0 

6,0 
1D.0 
10,0 
12,0 
10,0 
20,0 
1?,0 
17,5 
20.0 

4,0 

15.0 
10.0 
15.0 
15,0 
7.5 

12,5 
20. 

15.0 

10,0 
5,o 

20.0 
5.0 

15,0 

15,0 
7,5 

15.0 
5,0 

15.0 

12.5 
7.5 
7,5 
7.5 



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TOTAL 

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9.0 

25.0 



9 

15 
9 

15 



7.5 
15,0 

9.0 
15.0 

9.0 
20.0 

9,0 
10.0 
10,0 
15.0 
10.0 
20.0 
15.0 
17.5 
20.0 

6,0 
15.0 
10.0 
15.0 
15,0 

7.5 

12.5 
23.0 
15.0 



1? 

5 
20 

5 
15 
15 

7 

15 
5 



15.0 

12.5 

7.5 

7.5 
7.5 



EFFECTIVE 
DATES 



6/22-8/6 4 
6/22-8/6 



6/22-8/6 

6/22-8/6 

6/22-8/6 

6/22-8/* 
6/22-8/6 



6/22-8/13 
6/22-8/6 



I 



6/22-8/13 



6/22-8/6 



6/22-7/7 
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RANDOLPH a 
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Rfc ID ANNA 
RE1LLY REB 
RE1MAN GAR 
HETINO JOS 
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■RICHARDS T 
■RICHMAN PA 
RIES5 JUDI 
ROBERTS DA 
ROBERTS DA 
■ROHDE JOHN 
ROTH RORIN 
ROWE PETER 
RUBIN MARY 
RUB I.J STEP 
RUFF INI CH 
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'RUSTiqaN J 

|ymer rene 
.schar gran 

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SHAW ALAN 
SHEGOLEFF 
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STEVENSON 

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DEPARTMENT 
AERONAUTIC^ 

BUSINESS 
BUSINESS 



HOURS 
WEEK 

11.0 

7.0 
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HOURS 



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BUS IN 
BIOLO 
FCREI 
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Ef'ABL 
BUSIN 
BUSIN 
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BIOLOGY 

BIOLOGY 

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P E NORTH 

FOREIGN LANGUAGE 

ENGLISH 

IDST 

ENGLISH 

ENGLISH 

ENGLISH 

ART 

PHOTOGRAPHY 

P E NORTH 

MATHEMATICS 

MUSIC 



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15 

20 

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15 
10 
15 









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15.0 

15.0 

15. 

15. 

10. 

10. 

15. 

11. 

13.5 

15.0 
10.0 

2.5 
16.0 
15.0 

7.5 



7.5 

12.5 

7.5 

5.0 

7.5 

12.0 

12.5 

6.0 

7.5 

15,0 

15.0 

15.0 

15.0 

12.0 

10.0 
22.5 
15.0 



TOTAL 
WEEKLY 

11.0 



MAX, 
TOTAL 

11. .0 



EFFECTIVE 
DATES 



7,0 


7.0 


6/22-8/6 


17.5 


17.5 




6.0 


6.0 




29.0 


2n.O 




15,0 


15.0 




20,0 


20.0 




20, 


20.0 




5.0 


5.0 




15,0 


15.0 




10,0 


10.0 




15,0 


15.0 




15,0 


15.0 




15,0 


15.0 




15,0 


15.0 




15,0 


15.0 




10,0 


10.0 




10,0 


10.0 


6/22-8/6 


l5.0 


15.0 




11,25 


11.2 5 




J.O 13,5 


16. 5 




15,0 


15.0 




10.0 


10.0 


6/22-6/6 


2,5 


2.5 




-+.Q l6,n 


20.0 


6/22-8/6 


15,0 


15.0 




7.5 


7.5 




7,5 


7.5 




12.5 


12.5 




7.5 


7.5 




5.0 


5.0 




7.5 


7.5 




2,0 12.0 


14,0 


6/22-8/6 


12.5 


12.5 




2,0 6,0 


8.0 


6/22-8/6 


7,5 


7.5 




15.0 


15,6 




15,0 


15.0 




15.0 


15.0 




i5.o 


15.0 




12,0 


12.0 




10,0 


10.0 




22,5 


22.5 




15,0 


15.0 





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VELA CARLOS 
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WALL ELLEN H 
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WEBB ERICK 
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WEEK 


ART 


7.5 


ENGLISH 


7.5 


IDST 


7.5'* 


MATHEMATICS 


22,5 


BUSINESS 


3.0 


BUSINESS 


6,0 


ENGLISH 


15.0 


FOREIGN LANGUAGE 


20.0 


MUSIC 


15,8 


COMPUTER SCIENCE 


10.0 


ART 


15.0 


STUDY CENTER 


6.0 


BUSINESS 


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HOURS 2/FRIDAY TOTAL 
HOURS WEEKLY 



MAX, EFFECTIVE 
TOTAL DATES 



BIOLOGY 15.0 

ENGLISH 15.0 

ENGINEERING 10,0 
COMPUTER SCIENCE 6.0 
BUSINESS 5,0 

ENGLISH 7.5 

P E NORTH 10.0 

ENGLISH 6.0 

ENGLISH 12,0 

DRAMA 7,5- 

BUSINESS 7.S 

BUSINESS 6.0 

BUSINESS 7.0 

BEHAVIORAL S-CIEN 15.0 

MATHEMATICS 6,0 

SOCIAL SCIENCES 15.0 

ORNAMENTAL HORT 12.5 

BUSINESS 7.0 

ENGINEERING 15.0 

MATHEMATICS 20.0 

BEHAVIORAL SCIEN 6.0 
BEHAVIORAL SCIEN 15,0 
FOREIGN LANGUAGE 10.0 
CAREER DEV/PLACE 2.0 
BEHAVIORAL SCIEN 6,0 
STUDY CENTER 7.5 
STUDY CENTER 7frj 
STUDY CENTER 7,5' 
BIOLOGY 12.5 

P E SOUTH 8.0 

SOCIAL SCIENCES 7,0 
SOCIAL SCIENCES i$,g 



3,0 



3,0 



3,0 
6,0 



6,0 



3.0 



3,0 



3,0 



7 

22 

3 

6 

15 

20 



7,5 
7,5 
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15,0 

10,0 

15,0 

6.0 

12.5 

15.0 

I5i0 

10.0 

6.0 

5,0 

7.5 

10.0 

6.0 

12. 

7,5 

7,5 

6,0 

7.0 

15.0 

6,0 

15.0 

12,5 

7,0 

15.0 

20.0 

ft.O 

15.0 

10,0 

2.0 

6,0 

7.5 

7,5 

7.5 

12.5 

8,0 

7,0 

15,0 



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7.5 

7.5 

7.5 
2.2.5 

3.0 6/22*8/6 

9.0 6/22-8/6 
15.0 
20.0 
15,0 
10.0 
15,0 

6.0 6/22-7/7 

12.5 

15.0 
15.0 
10.0 

9.0 6/22-8/6 

5,0 

7.5 
10.0 

9.0 6/22-8/6 
15.0 6/22-8/6 

7.5 

7.5 

9.0 6/22-8/6| 

7.0 6/22-8/6* 

15.0 
9.0 6/22-8/6 

15.0 
12.5 

7.0 6/22-8/6 
15.0 

20.0 

9.0 6/22-8/6 

15.0 

10.0 

2,0 6/22-8/6 

9.0 6/22-8/6 

7.5 6/22-7/7 

7.5 7/8-7/22 

7.5 7/23-8/6 

12.5 

10.0 6/22-8/6 

7.0 6/22-8/6 
15.0 



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indicated. Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary 
schedule, instructional rate: 



Department 
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Day 
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810602-G3 
Changes in 
Hourly 

Appointments 
Spring 1981 

Name 



Change effective dates 
ANDERSON, STUART 



RESOLVED: That the following changes in hourly teaching 
appointments be noted for the effective dates indicated. Salary 
shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, instructional 
rate: 



+BEDECARRAX, EDMUND 



#CHAN, ERIC 



LARSEN, JOHN 



+RI0RDAN, MARY 
YNGOJO, MARCUS 
Increase 



CHIAO, NANCY 



Day Eve/Sat Total 
Department Hours Hours Weekly 



From Physics 4 

and Physics 6 

To Physics 4 

and Physics 6 

From Biology 
To Biology 

From Rad. Ther. 1 
To Rad. Ther. 1 

From Photography 7 
and Photography 3 
To Photography 7 
and Photography 3 

From IDST 
To IDST 



From 
To 


Study Ctr. 
Study Ctr. 


3 
3 


From 
and 
To 
and 


Med. Asst. 
Med. Rec. 
Med. Asst. 
Med. Rec. 


4 
3 
4 
3 



4.5 
4.5 



and Med. Asst 



4 
6 

4 
6 

4. 
4. 

1 
1 

9 
5 
9 
5 

1 

3 

3 
3 



Effective 
Dates 



4/7-6/12/81 

4/7/81 only 

2/7-3/28/82 
2/7-4/4/81 

4/9-6/10/81 
4/9-6/11/81 

4/7-6/4/81 
6/5-6/15/81 
4/7-4/22/81 
4/23-6/15/81 

2/3-6/15/81 
2/3/81 only 

3/16-4/27/81 
3/16-6/5/81 



5/16-6/6/81 



GIUBBINI, WALTER 



From Criminology 3 
to Criminology 3 



5/18-6/15/81 



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810602-G3 (continued) 












Day 


Eve/Sat 


Total 


Effective 


Name 


Department Hours 


Hours 


Weekly 


Dates 


Cancel 




BURGETT, JACK 


P.E. South 


2 


2 


5/1/81 


DEEDS, BARBARA 


Computer Science 


8 


8 


4/28/81 


DYER, FREDERICK 


IDST 


1 


1 


2/3/81 


McDONAGH, MARTIN 


Criminology 


3 


3 


5/15/81 


POSNER, RUSSELL 


IDST 


1 


1 


2/3/81 


THORN, JOSEPH 


IDST 


2.5 


2.5 


2/3/81 



810002-G4 

Additional 
Hours of 
Service 
Department 
Heads 



RESOLVED: That effective June 22 through July 31, 1981, 
the following named Department Heads be appointed to teach for 
the additional hours of service shown during Summer Session. 
Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, 
instructional rate: 



NAME 

CABRAL 8AR3ARA 
MCCQNNELL JAMES 
NANCE GLENN RAY 
STRUCKMAN ROBERT 
WONG TRANCISCO R 



DT^ARTrlENT 

IDST 

BUSINESS 
SOCIAL SCIENCES 
SOCIAL SCIENCES 
SOCIAL SCIENCES 



HOURS 2/FRiCAY TOTAL MAX, 

vtTK HOURS WEEKLY TOTAL 



7.5 
12.5 
15.0 
15.0 
15.0 



7.5 


7.5 


12,5 


12.5 


15.0 


15.0 


15,0 


15.0 


15.0 


15.0 



810602-G5 

Name 

Change 



RESOLVED: That the following name change be made for payroll 
purposes : 

from BARNHART, LOWELL to BARNHART, JERE LOWELL 



810602-G6 
A mendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810310-G32, Retirement, MORTON, 
ROBERT, be amended as follows: 

Change effective date from June 15, 1981 to July 1, 1981 



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810602-G7 
Summer 
Sessi on 
Counselors 



RESOLVED: That the following named Counselors be appointed 
to serve for the total number of hours shown effective June 22 
through July 31, unless otherwise indicated. Salary shall be in 
accordance with the current salary schedule, instructional rate: 



Name 


Total Hours 


+ BAILEY, JOYCE 


40 


+BRINSON, ROSEMARY 


76 


+ BURTON, MIYO 


40 


+CARRILLO, LUIS 


12 


+CHIN, JESSIE 


40 


+CRIPPEN, GEORGE 


40 


HARRIS, JULIE 


52 


+ICASIANO, JOSE 


40 


+LUM, HELEN 


40 


+MALONEY, CORNELIUS 


52 


+McGOVERN, YVONNE 


20 


MIRELES, ENRIQUE 


64 


LEE, MAY NG 


20 


POLK, ANDREA 


20 


+POON, GORDON 


48 


+SUMMERS, KATHRYN 


40 


+THOMAS, BARBARA 


40 


TOLER, MELVIA 


32 


+WELLS, WALLACE 


52 


+WONG, PAUL 


40 



Effective Dates 



810602-G8 
Summer 
Session 
Librarians 



RESOLVED: That the following named Librarians be appointed 
to serve for the total number of hours shown for the effective 
dates indicated. Salary shall be in accordance with the current 
salary schedule, instructional rate: 



Name 


Total Hours 


Effective Dates 


ALBERIGI, TERENCE 


100 


6/22-7/17/81 


CAMPOS -GERSTLE, LILY 


60 


6/22-7/10/81 


CON LEY, LINDA 


40 


6/22-7/2/81 


DOBB, LINDA 


120 


6/29-8/6/81 


FEW, JOHN 


120 


6/29-8/6/81 


+ JONES, RITA 


60 


6/22-7/10/81 


+LANPHIER, MARGARET 


40 


6/29-7/17/81 


NG-CHIN, EVA 


100 


6/22-7/17/81 


VALENTINE, ALEXANDER 


120 


6/29-8/6/81 



810602-G9 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810505-G13, Retirement, JELINEK, 
JULIUS, be amended as follows: 

Change effective date from June 16, 1981 to July 1, 1981 



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810602-G10 RESOLVED: That effective June 16 through June 18, 1981, 

Specia l +PAULSEN, PHILIP, be appointed to do transitional work in the' 
As signment Audiovisual Department to prepare for summer session for a total 
Audi ovisual of 21 hours. Salary shall be in accordance with the current 
Department salary schedule, non-instructional rate. 



810602-G11 RESOLVED: That effective June 22 through July 31, 1981, 
Special the following named certificated personnel be appointed to 
Assignment coordinate tutor-student progress in the Diagnostic Learning 
DLC/Enabler Center for the number of hours per week indicated. Salary shall 

be in accordance with the current salary schedule, non-instructional 

rate: 



Name 

MASSEY, MARY LOU 
+REILLY, REBECCA 
RUFFINI, CHARLOTTE ANN 



Hrs . /wk 
17.5 
15 
17.5 



810602-G12 RESOLVED: That effective July 8 throueh Jniv 30, 1981, 

Special THOMPSON, MICHAEL be assigned to provide summer design 

Assignment services in the Ornamental Horticulture/Retail Floristry 

Ornamental Department for a total of 52.5 hours. Salary shall be in accord- 

Horticulture/ ance with the current salary schedule, non-instructional rate. 
Retail 



Floristry 



810602-G13 

Enabler 

Counselor 



RESOLVED: That effective June 22 through June 26, 1981, 
July 6 through July 10, 1981, and August 19 through August 25, 1981, 
+CHANG, HORTENSIA, be appointed to counsel disabled students during 
summer session and Fall registration for 30 hours per week. Salary 
shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, instructional 
rate. 



810602-G14 

Aeronautics 

Counselor 



RESOLVED: That effective June 22 through June 26, 1981 and 
August 25 through August 28, 1981, +CIARFAGLIO, VITO, be appointed 
as a counselor in the Aeronautics Department for 20 hours per week. 
Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, 
instructional rate. 



810602-G15 
Study 
Center 
Coordinator 



RESOLVED: That effective June 22 through July 31, 1981, 
+WEISBACH, CLARICE, be appointed to serve as Coordinator of the 
Study Center for 35 hours per week. Salary shall be in accordance 
with the current salary schedule, non-instructional rate. 



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810602-G16 RESOLVED: That recognition be given of the intent to 

R etirement retire through the Employees' Retirement System of the City 

City and County of San Francisco of the following named certificated 

System personnel, effective close of day, June 30, 1981: 



Name 

AUSLEN, WILLIAM 



Department 
Criminology 



810602-G17 RESOLVED: That effective April 13 through April 17, 1981, 
Special the following named librarians be appointed for a total of 7.5 
Assignment hours to teach a Library Orientation course during Spring recess 
Library Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, 
instructional rate: 

Name 

CONLEY, LINDA 

VALENTINE, ALEXANDER 



810602-G18 
Leaves of 
Absence 



RESOLVED: That for the effective dates shown, the following 
named certificated personnel be granted leaves of absence for the 
reasons indicated: 



Name 

BERNSTEIN, DIANA 

BOMBEN, KRISTIN vonKREISLER 

CORNELL, GEORGIA 

MICHLMAYR, MARGIT 

PROLO, JOANNE HICKEY 



Reason 

Child Care 

Medical Reasons 

Child Care 

9/15 for Study Project 

Child Care 



Effective Dates 

9/14/81-1/29/82 

9/8/81-6/21/82 

9/8/81-1/29/82 

9/8/81-1/29/82 

9/8/81-1/29/82 



810602-G19 RESOLVED: That effective June 22 through July 31, 1981, 

Summer Session CLARK, SUNNY LEE, be appointed to serve as Student Health 

Student Health Counselor for 16 hours per week. Salary shall be in accordance 

Counselor with the current salary schedule, instructional rate. 



810602-G20 RESOLVED: That effective June 23 through July 10, 1981, 

Summer +FISHER, PAUL, be appointed to serve on the Readmissions Committee 
Readmissions for 20 hours per week. Salary shall be in accordance with the 
Committee current salary schedule, instructional rate. 



810602-G21 
Summer 
Audiovisual 
Coordinator 



RESOLVED: That effective June 22 through July 31, 1981, 
+PAULSEN, PHILIP, be appointed as Audiovisual Coordinator for 
35 hours per week. Salary shall be in accordance with the current 
salary schedule, non-instructional rate. 



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810602-G22 
Appointments 
Emeritus 
Status 



RESOLVED: That effective July 1, 1981, the following 
certificated personnel listed below have retired or resigned 
during the last academic year, and having served City College 
of San Francisco in a distinguished manner, be appointed to 
Emeritus Status at City College of San Francisco with all rights 
and privileges appertaining to such status: 



f 



Name 

earl, john 
habersham, ezekiel 
hillsman, ralph 
jelinek, julius 
mad i g an, jack 
McCarthy, Cornelius 
meitz, kenneth 
morton, robert 
runner, james 
schwarz, alex 



Years Served 

1949-1981 

1971-1981 

1946-1981 

1946-1981 

1941-1981 

1950-1981 

1947-1981 

1949-1981 

1955-1981 

1946-1981 



At the recommendation of the Chancellor/Superintendent 
and in accordance with the policy of the Governing Board, it 
is in order that testamonial resolutions be prepared and 
transmitted to the above named faculty in recognition of their 
services at the San Francisco Community College District. 



810602-G23 RESOLVED: That effective June 22 through August 6, 1981, 
Summer Session +MAESTAS, FRANK, be appointed as Certificated Person in Charge 
Certificated in the Summer Session office for 15 hours per week. Salary 
Person in shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, 
Charge instructional rate. 



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810602-G24 

Summer 

Session 

Site 

Managers 



RESOLVED: That the following named certificated personnel 
be appointed to serve as Site Managers in the Summer Session 
Office for 25 hours per week for the effective dates indicated. 
Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, 
non-instructional rate: 



Name 
+LARIN, RENATO 
+LUM, HELEN 

TING, ALBERT 
+WONG, PAUL 



Effective Dates 

6/22-8/6/81 

7/20-7/31/81 

6/22-8/6/81 

6/22-7/17/81 and 8/3-8/6/81 



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810602-G25 RESOLVED: That MALONEY, CORNELIUS, be granted a leave 
Mili tnry of absence from June 8 through June 19, 1981 without loss of 
Leave pay for military service. 



810602-G26 

Summer 

Session 

Career 

Counselors 



RESOLVED: That effective June 22 through August 6, 1981, 
the following certificated personnel be appointed to counsel 
students in the Career Development and Placement Center for 5 
hours per week. Salary shall be in accordance with the current 
salary schedule, instructional rate: 



Name 

CASEY, CAROL 

RANDOLPH, ALVIN 



810602-G27 

Summer 

Session 

Special 

Assignment 

Drama 



RESOLVED: That effective June 22 through August 13, 1981, 
MASON-BRUNE, PAMELA, be appointed to serve as costume designer 
in the Drama Department for 24 hours per week. Salary shall be 
in accordance with the current salary schedule, non-instructional 
rate. 



810602-G28 RESOLVED: That effective June 15, 1981, close of day, the 
Resignation resignation of BASEGIO, DOUGLAS, be accepted at his request. 



810602-G29 



Delete G29. 



810602-G30 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810505-G15, Concert/Lecture Series, 
be amended in part as follows: 



Increase Honorarium 



The Punts, led by Steve Savage 
from $200 to $300 



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Delete 

"Alumbre" for Maria Perea-Ost 

Veteran's Theatre Project, Sean Kilcoyne, Director 



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8I0602-G31 
Concert/ 
Lecture 
Series 



Concerts 



RESOLVED: That the following named individuals be 
appointed for the dates shown and granted the honorarium indicated: 

Performer: Red Dust, for Don Santina 

Date: June 4, 1981--noon 

Location: Student Cafeteria 

Honorarium: $200 

Concert: Country/Western Music 



I 



This 4-piece band, founded in 1973, plays a variety of Hillbilly 
classics and original songs. They have performed throughout 
Northern California in clubs, rodeos, street fairs, and community 
centers. 



Lectures 



Lecturer: 
Date: 
Location: 
Honorarium : 
Subject: 



Ed Bullins 

May 22, 1981--noon 

College Theater 

$100 

The Art of Ed Bullins 



Ed Bullins, one of America's foremost Black playwrights, has 
received numerous awards and is in San Francisco for the premiere 
performance of his latest play at the Julian Theater, Joanne . 
He will read, lecture and discuss his works in this CCSF 
presentation. 

Lecturer: Jade Snow Wong 

Date: To be announced 

Location: Arts classroom 

Honorarium: $75 

Subject: Discussion of her works 

Jade Snow Wong is an international enamelist and the author of 
Fifth Chinese Daughter. 



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810602-G32 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810407-G13, Concert/Lecture Series, 
be amended in part as follows: 

Change name of performer 

from Orchestra Sabrosita 

to Orquesta Sabrosita for Mala Rodriguez 



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P10602-G33 RESOLVED: That effective .July 7 through August 20, 1981, 
Aero n autic s +MILLAR, W. STUART be appointed to serve as Supervisor 
Sup ervision In Charge of the Aeronautics Department for summer session for 

4 hours per week. Salary shall be in accordance with the current 

salary schedule, instructional assignments. 



810602-G34 RESOLVED: That for the purpose of record clearance, the 
Demise demise of MEAD, FANCHON on May 19, 1981, be noted. 



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City College of San Francisco 



ETHNIC SURVEY 



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NEW FIRST-TIME INSTRUCTORS HIRED BY CITY COLLEGE BY AUTHORITY 
OF FOREGOING RESOLUTIONS 



TIME PERIOD: FROM 



May 5, 1981 



TO 



June 2, 1981 



FACULTY 


WHITE 
M F 


BLACK 
M F 


HISP. 

M F 


OTHER 

ASIAN 

PAC. IS. 

M F 


**FIL. 
M F 


AM. IND. 
AK.NAT. 

M F 


TOTAL 

M F 


MINORITY 
TOTAL 

M F 


MINORITY 

% 


Schedule 
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Schedule 
I-Categ. 




















Hourly 


3 3 






1 


1 




4 4 

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1 1 


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Part Time 

1 W (M) 

2 W (M) 
1 W (F) 
1 W (F) 
1-As.P/I (M) 
1 Fil. (F) 

1 W (F) 



Department 

Aeronautics 

Art 

Art 

Biology 

Biology 

Career Development § Placement 

P. E. North 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602-H1 
Certificated Personnel 
Categorically Funded Programs 
City College of San Francisco 



President and Members: 

Resolution No. 810602-H1 covers certificated personnel items 
in categorically funded programs for City College of San Francisco. Services 
are required and funds have been provided by the grantor for each of the 
categorically funded programs appointments. 

California Education Code Section 87470 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may employ persons 
possessing an appropriate credential as certificated employees in programs 
and projects to perform services conducted under contract with public or 
private agencies, or other categorically funded projects of indeterminate 
duration. The terms and conditions under which such persons are employed 
shall be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the governing board and 
such agreement shall be reduced to writing. Service pursuant to this section 
shall not be included in computing the service required as a prerequisite to 
attainment of, or eligibility to, classification as a regular employee of a 
community college district..." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Recommended for adoption: 



Juanita D. Pascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 



R. Y. Alexander 

Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Kenneth S 
President 



Washington 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 



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810602-H1 RESOLVED: That effective June 16 through June 30, 1981, 

V . C. I . P . ANNAS, JAMES, be appointed to serve as V.C.I. P. Counselor for ^ 

Counselor a total of 44 hours. Salary shall be in accordance with the 

G0-2700- current salary schedule, instructional rate. Funded V.C.I. P. 

14042 Res. 800506-B2. 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolutions No. 810602-Jl to 810602-J2 
Certificated Personnel 
Categorically Funded Programs 
Community College Centers 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 810602-Jl to 810602-J2 cover certificated personnel 
items in categorically funded programs for the Community College Centers. 
Services are required and funds have been provided by the grantor for each 
of the categorically funded program appointments. 

California Education Code Section 87470 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may employ persons 
possessing an appropriate credential as certificated employees in programs 
and projects to perform services conducted under contract with public or 
private agencies, or other categorically funded projects of indeterminate 
duration. The terms and conditions under which such persons are employed 
shall be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the governing board and 
such agreement shall be reduced to writing. Service pursuant to this section 
shall not be included in computing the service required as a prerequisite 
to attainment of, or eligibility to, classification as a regular employee 
of a community college district..." 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 

Recommended for adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolutions No. 810602-K1 to 810602-K12 
Certificated Personnel 
Community College Centers 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 810602-K1 to 810602-K12 cover certificated personnel 
items for the Community College Centers. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancel lor /Superintendent 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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-74- 



COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



I 



810602-K4 RESOLVED: That the following instructional program be 

Instructional approved and given at the location shown. For administrative 
Program purposes, the following program is attached to the John Adams 

Community College Center. 

Class: Mobile Intensive Care Nurse 

Location: 1860 Hayes Street 

Instructor: Maureen Shanahan, R.N. 

No. of Sessions: 11 

Hours per Session: Various 

Fee per Session: 1 @ $15.00, 1 @ $30.00, 6 @ $45.00, 
2 @ $75.00 and 1 @ $90.00 

Period of Time: 6/1/81 - 6/9/81 

Group Leaders: Donna D'Acuti, Patti Cole, Barbara Foster, 

Robert Navarro, Pamela Speich, Susan Longacre, 
Cecelia Henning, William Boehly, William 
Schetter, M.D. and Anna Webster, M.D. 

810602-K5 RESOLVED: That the following instructional programs be 

Instructional approved and given at the locations shown. For administrative 
Programs purposes, the following programs are attached to the Galileo 

Community College Center. 

Class: Personal Financial Planning 

Location: Galileo (at Marina) 

Instructor: Francis J. Baron 

No. of Sessions: 4 m 

Hours per Session: 2h 

Fee per Session: $50.00 

Period of Time: 5/19/81 - 6/9/81 

Group Leader: Ted Ray 

810602-K6 Class: Color Slide Photography 
Location: Galileo (at Marina) 
Instructor: Francis J. Baron 
No. of Sessions: 5 
Hours per Session: 3 
Fee per Session: $60.00 
Period of Time: 5/11/81 - 6/8/81 
Group Leader: Mark E. Gibson 



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6/2/81 _ 75 



COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS 



8XQ602-K7 

Instructional 
Program 



RESOLVED: That the following instructional program be 
approved and given at the location shown. For administrative 
purposes, the following program is attached to the Senior 
Citizens Program, Mission Community College Center. 



Class: The Current Political Scene of the Soviet Union 

Location: 33 Gough Street 

Instructor: Welton Meeks 

No. of Sessions: 4 

Hours per Session: 1 

Fee per Session: $40.00 

Period of Time: 6/3/81 - 6/10/81 

Group Leader: Dr. Mary Arnold 



8 10602-K8 
C hange of 
Name 



RESOLVED: That the name of JO ANNE BETTENCOURT, Hourly 
Instructor, Alemany Community College Center of the Community 
College Centers Division, be changed to JO ANNE HUGHES MATHEW, 
effective April 3, 1981; reason, marriage. 



810602-K9 
Leave of 
Absence 



810602-K10 
Leave of 
Absence 



810 602-K11 
Military 
Leave of 
Absence 



RESOLVED: That effective September 8, 1981 through 
February 5, 1982, ELSIE JONES, Instructor, Schedule I, 
Experimental Programs of the Community College Centers 
Division, be granted a 1/5 leave of absence from her position; 
reason, rest, without pay. 

RESOLVED: That effective September 8, 1981 through 
June 21, 1982, ADLISE PORTER, Instructor, Schedule I, Skills 
Center of the Community College Centers Division, be granted 
an extension of leave of absence from her position; reason, 
personal business, without pay. 

RESOLVED: That effective May 14, 1981 thru May 30, 1981, 
MAUREEN G. SHANAHAN, Instructor, Schedule I, John Adams Com- 
munity College Center of the Community College Centers Division, 
be granted a military leave of absence, without loss of pay, 
for military service. 



810602-K12 
Retirement 
City 



RESOLVED: That in accordance with the provisions of 
Subdivision (b) , Section 251, of the San Francisco Municipal 
Code, also known and designated as subdivision (b) , Section 51, 
of Ordinance No. 4.073, and notification from the Retirement 
Board, the retirement for service be noted for NORMAN C. 
WOODBURY, Instructor, Schedule II, Galileo Community College 
Center of the Community College Centers Division, effective 
close of session June 30, 1981. 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602-L1 

Amending employment contract for the purpose of 

a) purchasing tax sheltered annuities, or 

b) contributing to tax sheltered custodial accounts, 

for those employees requesting such purchases or contributions 

Presidnet and Members: 

The Governing Board by Resolution No. 791120-B1 has made available 
to its employees the provisions of Section 403(b) of the U. S. Internal Revenue 
Code of 1954 as amended, and Section 17512 of the California Revenue and Taxa- 
tion Code. 

Employees of the San Francisco Community College District may enter 
into an amendment of their employment contracts for the purpose of effecting a 
reduction in the salaries paid to such employees, and that for each employee 
who voluntarily elects to accept such reduction in his or her salary, the San 
Francisco Community College District shall, as directed by such employee, a) 
purchase, with an amount equal to the reduction in salary, a nontransferable 
annuity contract issued by an insurance company selected by the employee, in 
which the employee's rights are nonforfeitable except for failure to pay 
future premiums, and in which all rights under said annuity contracts shall be 
exercisable by the employee concerned, or b) contribute an amount equal to 
such reduction in salary to a custodial account of a custodian selected by the 
employee, in which all rights under said custodial account shall be exercisable 
by the employee concerned. 

The Governing Board by Resolution No. 791120-B1 authorized the 
Chancellor Superintendent, Vice Chancellor - Business, Chief Accountant, or 
Head Accountant to purchase such annuity contracts or contribute to such 
custodial accounts, subject to ratification by the Governing Board. 

The following ratifying resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Governing Board of the San Francisco Community 

College district amend the salary of the following individual 
employee by the amount indicated; this amount will be used to purchase 
or contribute to a tax sheltered annuity or tax sheltered custodial 
account as selected by the employee, complying with the provisions 
of Section 403(b) of the United States Internal Revenue Code, and 
Section 17512 of the California Revenue and Taxation Code; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board purchase tax sheltered 

annuity contract or contribute to a custodial 
account as selected by the employee complying with the provisions set 
forth above, for the following employee; said purchase or contribution 
to be with the insurance company or the custodian as selected by the 
employee and in the amount directed by the employee to become effective 
as soon as administratively possible. 



6/2/81 - LI Page 1 



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Tax Sheltered Annuity 

American United Life 
Bankers Life & Casualty 
Great Western Life 



Paul Revere Variable 



Safeco Life Insurance 
Variable Annuity Life 



EMPLOYEE NO. 


AMOUNT PER MONTH 


050333 


$ 350.00 


076875 


200.00 


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360.00 


053788 


615.00 


920248 


500.00 


930288 


581.00 


971121 


185.00 


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200.00 


055437 


850.00 


018652 


600.00 


014057 


450.00 


016587 


200.00 


019076 


780.00 


029895 


1,613.00 


031557 


200.00 


038746 


250.00 


993756 


497.00 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board amend the salary 

of the following individual employees by 
the amount indicated as a result of their termination of amendment 
to employment contract: 



Tax Sheltered Annuity 

Great American Life 
Massachusetts Mutual 
Paul Revere Variable 
Variable Annuity Life 



EMPLOYEE NO. P 


lMOUNT PER MONTH 


200832 


$200.00 


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105.00 


941882 


650.00 


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350.00 


998000 


250.00 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 

Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



6/2/81 - LI Page 2 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Notice of Intention to Amend San Francisco 
Community College District Policy Manual 
Section 1.12 

President and Members: 

San Francisco Community College District Policy Manual Section 1.05 
reads in part as follows: " Adoption of Policies, Bylaws and Regulations . 
Any policy or regulation may be adopted by the Board, be amended or repealed 
by an affirmative vote of four members at any meeting, providing notice of 
said intended action has been given at a previous meeting." 

NOTICE is hereby given that the following proposed 
amendment to the San Francisco Community College 
District Policy Manual Section 1.12 shall be acted 
upon at the next Regular Meeting of the Governing 
Board of the San Francisco Community College District: 

WHEREAS: There may exist some feeling or belief on behalf of 
some faculty, staff, students or administrators of 
this District that members of the Governing Board 
should not be communicated with either orally or 
in writing; and 

WHEREAS: It is the conviction of this Governing Board that it 
will assist in the better governance of this District 
to encourage a fuller flow of information; 

RESOLVED: That the San Francisco Community College District 
Policy Manual Section 1.12 be amended to read 

as follows : 

(NOTE: Additions or substitutions are indicated by 
italic type; deletions are indicated by 
((double parentheses)). ) 

It is adapted as policy of this District that 
any member of the Governing Board should feel 
free to communicate with any person affiliated 
with this institution and conversely that any 
student 3 staff, faculty member or administrator 
feel free and be encouraged to communicate with 
members of the Governing Board on matters 
concerning the District. 

Submitted by, 



John Riordan 
Lillian Sing 
Tim Wolfred 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602-S1 

Adoption of graduation requirements, alternative 
means for obtaining a high school diploma, standards 
of proficiency and minimum competencies for high 
school graduation. 

President and Members: 

In 1976 the California legislature passed AB 3408, thereby 
amending the Education Code setting forth graduation requirements, 
and also requiring local Governing Boards to adopt alternative means 
for students to receive a high school diploma, and to establish and 
require minimum standards in reading, writing, and calculating. 

Since that time, several pieces of enabling legislation have 
been passed by the California legislature, including AB 65, which estab- 
lishes June 1, 1981 as the date after which no student may be granted a 
high school diploma without having demonstrated the established minimum 
proficiency standards in reading, writing, and calculating, in addition 
to other diploma requirements, and AB 3369 which requires districts to 
establish differential standards for those students with identified 
learning handicaps. 

In June 1979 the Governing Board adopted a statement of 
philosophy, assessment instruments to measure minimum proficiency in 
reading, writing, and calculating, and a list of skills and compe- 
tencies determined through a community survey to be most important 
for successful functioning in this society. 

Since that time those skills and competencies have been 
incorporated into the high school curriculum, and the assessment 
instruments have been field tested and revised to assure that they 
measure what is actually being taught in the curriculum. 

A third route to the high school diploma has been developed 
in the way of a competency-based curriculum in which students are 
awarded credit on the basis of demonstrated competency without regard 
to seat time. This program known as ACE (Adult Competency Education) 
is the only totally competency-based adult high school diploma program 
in the state. This program has received both state-wide and nation-wide 
acclaim as an outstanding model of adult competency-based education. 

Beginning June 1, 1981 it is recommended that a student may be 
awarded a high school diploma in the San Francisco Community College 
District by meeting the following requirements: 



810602-S1 
Page 1 of 6 



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I) Successful completion of 160 units in the following 
areas: 

English 30 

Mathematics 10 

U.S. History 10 

Civics 10 

Science (including at least 5 10 

units in Health) 

Job Preparation/Money Management 5 

Elective Courses 85 



OR 



160 



II) A passing score on the G.E.D. plus successful completion 
of U.S. History and Civics and at least a ninth grade 
reading level as measured by the California Achievement 
Test or an equivalent standardized test. 

In addition to I and II above, students must pass the 
following tests: 

1) The SHARP (reading skills) Test with a passing score 
of at least 70% (see attachment A) ; 

2) A modified form of the TOPICS (math skills) Test with 
a passing score of at least 65% (see attachment B) ; 

3) A modified form of the TEWS (writing skills) Test with 
a passing score of at least 65% (see attachement C) ; 

4) A writing sample wholistically scored by English 
instructors . 

It is recommended that the above proficiency requirements be 
waived for those students who have passed the proficiency tests required 
in other California districts which award high school diplomas. 

It is further recommended that all students seeking a San 
Francisco Community College District high school diploma be required 
to successfully complete at least 10 units in approved District courses. 

After appropriate certification of disability has been obtained 
by the San Francisco Community College District, differential standards 
for handicapped students will be established on a case-by-case basis by 
the following personnel: The Centers Handicapped Enabler , the Centers 
Learning Disabilities Instructor, the Centers Reading Diagnostician, 
and the Administrator in charge. 

Based on the above recommendations, the following resolution 
is recommended for adoption: 



810602-S1 
Page 2 of 6 



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WHEREAS: The Education Code of the State of California 
requires local governing boards to adopt gradu- 
ation requirements, approve alternative means for obtaining a high 
school diploma, adopt standards of proficiency in basic skills, adopt 
minimum academic standards and assessment instruments, and 

WHEREAS: The Governing Board of the San Francisco Community 
Colleges wishes to be in compliance with the re- 
quirements of the Education Code and believes that all students com- 
pleting its high school program should have minimum competencies 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College 
District hereby adopts the above graduation requirements, approves 
the above alternative means of obtaining a high school diploma, adopts 
the above standards of proficiency in basic skills, and the above in- 
struments of assessment or their equivalents. 



Submitted for and recommended for 
adoption by: 



Marlene Butler 
Interim Vice-President 
Instructional Services 



Laurent Broussal 
President 



Recommended for Adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancel lor /Superintendent 



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The spelling section is composed of twenty-five items testing commonly misspelled words presented within the context of a sentence. 
The words that were chosen represent those frequently encountered in everyday life. 

PARAGRAPH ORGANIZATION 

This section of TEWS is divided into three parts. The first part contains five items that require the student to choose the best topic 
sentence for each of five paragraphs. The next five items deal with paragraph structure. The student must determine the proper 
sequence of sentences in each of five given paragraphs. The last five items involve the selection of the sentence which does not belong 
in each of five paragraphs. The paragraphs in TEWS reflect topics of current or high interest. 



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The Honorable Governing Board of the 
San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602 -Wl 

Authorization to exercise option to renew rental agreement 
with Chinese United Methodist Church for the use of space 
by the Community College Centers Division. 

President and Members: 

Traditionally, Chinatown Community College Center has offered classes 
dispersed throughout the San Francisco community in facilities provided by 
numerous rental agreements which generally include all maintenance, util- 
ities and custodial services. These annual agreements normally include one 
or more options to renew for a similar period. The Chinese United Methodist 
Church has agreed to make their facilities available to Chinatown Community 
College Center during the coming academic year under the same general condi- 
tions as provided for in their agreement for 1980-81. Authority to exercise 
the option to renew the rental agreement is requested. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice 
Chancellor, Business, are hereby authorized to 
exercise the option to renew with Chinese United Methodist 
Church, 920 Washington Street, San Francisco, at a monthly 
rate of $420.00 to include all maintenance, utilities and 
custodial services. The option will be for a period of 12 
months commencing July 1, 1981 and ending June 30, 1982. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Lessee not be responsible 

for damage by fire, earthquake, the 
elements, or enemy attack, including any action taken by the 
military, naval or air forces of the United States, except, 
however, that the Lessee shall be responsible for damage by 
its own negligence; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That no obligation on the part of the 

San Francisco Community College District 
shall arise under this agreement unless performed under the 
authority of a "Term Purchase Agreement" issued by the District 
and approved by the Real Estate Department for and on the behalf 
of the Community College District and duly certified as to funds 
by the Controller of said City and County, pursuant to the pro- 
visions of Section 6.302 of the Charter of said City and County. 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 

Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 

Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by, 

Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Laurent Broussal 

President, Community College Centers 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602-W2 

Authorization to enter into a rental agreement 
with Chinese United Methodist Church for the 
use of space by City College of San Francisco 

President and Members: 

For several years City College of San Francisco has been using approxi- 
mately 3,331 square feet of floor space in the Chinese United Methodist Church, 
920 Washington Street, San Francisco, to conduct its outreach program for the 
Chinatown community, for the use for five classrooms and an office including all 
maintenance, utilities and custodial services. It is the desire of the College 
to extend the existing rental agreement to cover the period of the 1981 Summer 
Session. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice 

Chancellor, Business, are hereby authorized to enter 
into a rental agreement with the Chinese United Methodist Church, 
920 Washington Street, San Francisco, for the use of five classrooms 
and related ancillary spaces having approximately 3,331 square feet 
of floor space; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the rental for the use of said 

space shall be at the rate of $400 per 
month for the period of July 1, 1981 through August 31, 1981. All 
maintenance, utilities and custodial services are included; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Lessee not be responsible for 

damage by fire, earthquake, the elements, 
or enemy attack, including any action taken by the military, naval 
or air forces of the United States, except however, that the Lessee 
shall be responsible for damage by its own negligence; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That no obligation on the part of the 

San Francisco Community College District 
shall arise under this agreement unless performed under the authority 
of a "Term Purchase Agreement" issued by the District and approved by 
the Real Estate Department for and on the behalf of the Community 
College District and duly certified as to funds by the Controller of 
said City and County, pursuant to the provision of Section 6.302 of 
the said City and County. 



Recommended for adoption 



Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 
Vice Chancellor, 
Business 



Charles Collins 
Associate Director 
Facilities and Planning 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 

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Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College of San Francisco 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602-W3 

Authorization to enter into a rental agreement 
with the Roman Catholic Welfare Corporation for 
the use of space by City College of San Francisco 

President and Members: 

City College of San Francisco Evening Division has been using space in 
the Star of the Sea Parish Center, 345 Eighth Avenue, San Francisco, to conduct 
an outreach program for the Richmond community. Rent for the past year was $280 
per month for two large classrooms and related ancillary spaces. All maintenance, 
utilities and custodial services are provided by the Center. Because of increased 
costs of operation the Center is requesting an increase in rental to $300 per month. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice 
Chancellor, Business, are hereby authorized to 
enter into a rental agreement with the Roman Catholic Welfare 
Corporation, 4220 Geary Boulevard, San Francisco, for the use of 
two classrooms and related ancillary spaces having approximately 
2,500 square feet of floor space; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the rental for the use of said space 

shall be at the rate of $300 per month for 
the period September 1, 1981 through June 30, 1982. All maintenance, 
utilities and custodial services are included; 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Lessee not be responsible for 

damage by fire, earthquake, the elements 
or enemy attack, including any action taken by the military, naval 
or air forces of the United States, except however, that the Lessee 
shall be responsible for damage by its own negligence; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That no obligation on the part of the 

San Francisco Community College District 
shall arise under this agreement unless performed under the authority 
of a "Term Purchase Agreement" issued by the District and approved by 
the Real Estate Department for and on the behalf of the Community 
College District and duly certified as to funds by the Controller of 
said City and County, pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.302 
of the Charter of said City and County. 



Recommended for adoption: 



Submitted by 



Jun Iwamoto 
Vice Chancellor, 
Business 



Charles Collins 
Associate Director, 
Facilities and Planning 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President, 

City College of San Francisco 



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The Honorable Governing Board of the 
San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810602-W4 

Authorization to extend rental agreement with Cynthia Soyster 
and the Morbio Estate, Inc. for the use of space by the Community 
College Centers Division. 

President and Members : 

The Community College Centers Division has been using 1233 Van Ness Avenue 
(13575 sq. ft.) and 1243 Van Ness Avenue (14490 sq. ft.) since August 1, 1974. Bet- 
ween February 1, 1977 and June 30, 1980, the SFCCD had a rental agreement with the 
owners. Rent for the lease period was $8,419.50 per month. A holding over period 
had been agreed to with the Lessor's agent, Crocker National Bank, with the Assis- 
tance of the City Director of Property, permitting the Centers Division to continue 
to operate at the location at the same monthly rent for July, August and September, 
1980. Commencing October 1, 1980 and ending June 30, 1981, the rent was $11,789.83 
per month. This is in accordance with the Cost Price Index referred to in Section 
20 of the lease and the adjusted figure was obtained directly from the Bureau of 
Labor Statistics (Housing, San Francisco, Oakland, California) at 450 Golden Gate 
Avenue. It was agreed that the Community College District could remain at the 
facility upon the termination of the present one year option period ending June 
30, 1981 on a month to month basis at the same monthly rate. It is the intention 
of the Community College District to remain at the site through September 30, 1981. 
Maintenance, utilities and custodial services will be provided by the Lessee. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor, 

Business, are hereby authorized to extend, on behalf of the 
SFCCD, the rental agreement with Cynthia Soyster and the Morbio Estate, 
Inc., for the use of total of 28,065 sq. ft. of floor space in the two 
adjoining buildings known as 1233 and 1243 Van Ness Avenue, San Fran- 
cisco, to be used by the San Francisco Community College Centers Division. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the rental for the use of these premises 

shall be at the rate of $11,789.83 per month. 
The District shall provide normal maintenance, and all utilities and 
custodial services. The term of the rental agreement extension shall 
be for the period July 1, 1981 through September 30, 1981. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Lessee not be responsible for damage by 

fire, earthquake, the elements, or enemy attack, 
including any action taken by the military, naval or air forces of the 
United States, except, however, that the Lessee shall be responsible for 
damage by its own negligence; and, 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That no obligation on the part of the San Fran- 
cisco Community College District shall arise under 
this agreement unless performed under the authority of a "Term Purchase 
Agreement" issued by the District and approved by the Real Estate Depart- 
ment for and on behalf of the Community College District, and duly cer- 
tified as to funds by the Controller of the City and County of San Fran- 
cisco, pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.302 of the Charter of 
said City and County. 



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Reviewed and approved as 
to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by 



Hilary Hsu 

Director, Business Services 

Community College Centers 



Laurent Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 



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iU 7 College of SaiiMajieisco Conununitv Collejje Centers 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor 



*& NOTICE OF CLOSED SESSION 

AND REGULAR MEETING 

OF THE GOVERNING BOARD 

SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 

The Governing Board will meet in Closed 

Session commencing at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, 

June 16, 1981 followed by the Regular 

Meeting at 7:30 p.m., 33 Gough Street, 

San Francisco, CA. 

HERBERT M. SUSSMAN 
CHANCELLOR/ SUPERINTENDENT 
SECRETARY, GOVERNING BOARD 






33 Gough Street 

San Francisco, California 94103 

(415) 



Governing Board 

San Francisco Community College District 

Julil ' rit 

Ernest "Chuck" Ayala, Vice President 

Jr. Robert E Burton 
John Riordan Lillian K. Sing Dr. Tim Wol'red 
Herbert M. Suj.MTian, Cl-nnce'lor 






' AGENDA 

Regular Meeting 
Governing Board of the San Francisco Community College District 

*"" 33 Gough Street 
Tuesday, June 16, 1981 

Executive Session - 5:30 p.m. 
Regular Meeting - 7:30 p.m. 

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I. Roll Call RY 

II. Pledge of Allegiance 

III. Approval of Minutes - Special Meeting of May 19, 1981 

IV. Governing Board Reports 

V. Reports - Academic Senate, City College 

Faculty Senate, Centers Division 

VI. Adoption of Agenda 

VII. Chanc ellor/Superintendent' s Resolutions 

Finance (Pages 4-19) 

Bl - Closing the accounts for the fiscal year 1980-81 with the 
San Francisco Controller and providing for other actions 
relating thereto 

B2 - Authorization to submit an application for funds for an 
EOPS Program under Senate Bill 164, Extended Opportunity 
Programs and Services Act (1969) at City College for the 
fiscal year 1981-82, $626,714. 

B3 - Authorizing contract with the Models' Guild to obtain 
living models for 1981-82 

B4 - Authorization to terminate participation in the Student 
Financial Aid Program at City College of San Francisco 
known as the Nursing Student Loan Program 

B5 - Authorizing contract with the San Francisco Unified School 
District for the joint use and maintenance of SFUSD school 
buildings for the fiscal year 1980-81 based upon a space 
rental rate of 40%<£ per square foot per month 

B6 - Appropriating assured income in excess of the SFCCD Budget 
for 1980-81 from the General Reserve in the amount of 
$2,000,000 for the Chinatown North Beach Community College 
Center 



June 16, 1981 



B7 - Amending Resolution No.800916-B2 appropriating funds for the 
Veterans' Cost-of-Instruction Program by substituting 
$38,086 for the period July 1, 1980 to August 31, 1981 in 
place of $36,855 for the period July 1, 1980 to June 30, 1981 

B8 - Authorization to submit an application for funds for the 
Veterans' Cost-of-Instruction Program for the Fiscal Year 
1981-82, City College 

B9 - Authorization to transfer from Classified Temporary Salaries 
to Permanent Salaries, Centers Administration, to create and 
fund one permanent 1914 Film Service Technician position 

BIO - Authorizing contract with James G. Seely to obtain additional 
legal advice, $1000, July 1, 1980 to June 30, 1981, District 
Office 

Bll - Tabulation of bids for award of contract with Management Systems 
Corporation to obtain janitorial services and window washing 
for the Downtown Community College Center, July 1, 1981 to 
June 30, 1983 

Equipment, Supplies § Services (Pages 20-28) 

CI - Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
less than $3,000 

C2 - Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
$3,000 or more 

C17 - Acceptance of Gifts - Motor Vehicles 

C18 - Acceptance of Gifts - Other Than Motor Vehicles 

Personnel 

D - Classified Personnel, 810616D2-21 (Pages 29-49) 

E - Annual Certificated Position resolution 1981-82 (Pages 50-54) 

G - Certificated Personnel, City College, 810616G1-16 (Pages 55-62) 

H - Certificated Personnel, Categorically Funded Programs, 

City College, 810616H1-7 (Pages 63-65) 
J - Certificated Personnel, Categorically Funded Programs, 

Centers Division, 810616-J1 (Page 66-79) 
K - Certificated Personnel, Centers Division, 810616K1-6 (Pages 80-111) 
L - Tax Sheltered Annuities, 810616-L1 (Pages 112-113) 

Policy Manual (Page 114) 

Notice of Intention to Amend San Francisco Community College District 
Policy Manual Section 1.12 

Superintendent's Resolutions (Pages 115-122) 

51 - Authorizing destruction of records, List No. 5 

District Business Office 

52 - Administrative Leave for Sabbatical Study/Travel 



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Buildings 5 Grounds (Pages 123-127) 

Wl - Authorization to enter into a lease with the San Francisco 
Unified School District for the use of John Hancock School 

W2 - Authorization to issue Interdepartmental Work Order in the 
amount of $1,000.00 to Department of Public Works Bureau 
of Architecture to obtain necessary plan approvals, prepare 
bidding documents and obtain bids for the project: Airport 
School Additions and Alterations 

W3 - Authorization to enter into a rental agreement for the use 
of the Language Laboratory of the Chinatown Resources 
Development Center by the City College Evening Division 

VIII. Requests to Speak 

IX. Chancel lor/ Superintendent and Staff Reports 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616-B1 

Closing the accounts for the fiscal year 1980-81 with 
the San Francisco Controller and providing for other 
actions relating thereto 

President and Members: 

In order that the accounts for 1980-81 may be closed and the funding 
balance sheet reconciled with the San Francisco Controller, it is necessary to 
cut off entries for the fiscal year 1980-81 as of July 20, 1981. To meet 
obligations for the fiscal year 1980-81 which may not be encumbered or paid 
prior to that date, the following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: 



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Section 1 - That the San Francisco Controller be requested to reserve 
funds from the 1980-81 appropriations in amounts required 
to provide funds for certification of contracts approved by the 
Governing Board prior to June 30, 1981 but which have not been certi- 
fied by the San Francisco Controller as of June 30, 1981. 

Section 2 - That the San Francisco Controller be requested to establish 
reserves for prior years adjustments in the following funds 
in the amounts indicated in order to meet obligations for the fiscal 
year 1980-81 in excess of amounts encumbered for that year: 



General Fund 
Cafeteria Fund 



$125,000 
1,000 



Section 3 - That the San Francisco Controller be requested to release 

balances existing as of June 30, 1981 in the Reserve for 
Claims and Judgements for litigation arising from construction in the 
Special Reserve Fund for Capital Improvement. 

Section 4 - That the San Francisco Controller be requested to forward 

to the fiscal year 1981-82 those account balances existing 
as of June 30, 1981 in the Grant Fund for Federal and State projects 
and special trust funds and in accordance with Education Code Section 
85440 all account balances existing as of June 30, 1981 in the Special 
Reserve Fund for Capital Improvements. 

Section 5 - That in accordance with Education Code Section 85201, the 

San Francisco County Superintendent of Schools is hereby 
authorized to make such transfers as are necessary at the close of the 
school year to permit the payment of obligations of the San Francisco 
Community College District incurred during the school year 1980-81. 



Recommended for adoption: 



Submitted by, 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 

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Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616-B2 

Authorization to submit an application for funds 
for an EOPS Program under Senate Bill 164, Extended 
Opportunity Programs and Services Act (1969) at 
City College for the fiscal year 1981-82, $626,714. 

President and Members: 

The Chancellor's Office of the California Community Colleges is 
once again solicting community colleges to submit proposals for fiscal 
year 1981-82. 

The City College project will include funds for Program Main- 
tenance, peer counseling, professional counseling, study skills tutors, 
clerical aides, outreach, recruitment, financial aid and book grants 
for disadvantaged low income students. 

CCSF-EOPS has received funding from the California Community 
Colleges Chancellor's Office since 1970. Our funding level for the 
past three years has been: 



1978-79 
1979-80 
1980-81 



$376,171 
$430,654 
$559,723 



If funded to the requested level, the SFCCD matching funds would 
not exceed $93,012. This matching amount will be requested in the SFCCD 
1981-82 City College budget. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor/Superintendent and/or Vice 

Chancellor, Business are hereby authorized to prepare 
and submit an application for funds under the Extended Opportunity 
Programs and Services Act (SB 164) , for the fiscal year 1981-82 in 
the amount of $626,714. 



Reviewed and approved as 
to finance by: 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



William H. Chin 
EOPS Director 



Recommended for adoption: 



Edward L. Davis 
Assistant Dean, Students 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Kenneth S. Washington 
President 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616-B3 

Authorizing contract with the Models' Guild 
to obtain living models for 1981-82 

President and Members: 

The College Division has employed living models provided by the 
Models' Guild of San Francisco in the conduct of art classes. Funds for this 
service are provided by the Governing Board in the adopted budget. 



The hourly rates in the past have been: 

July 1, 1969 - June 30, 1970 
July 1, 1970 - August 31, 1974 
September 1, 1974 - August 31, 1975 
September 1, 1975 - June 30, 1977 
July 1, 1977 - June 30, 1979 
July 1, 1979 - June 30, 1980 
July 1, 1980 - June 30, 1981 



$3.50 
$4.50 
$5.00 
$5.50 
$6.25 
$7.25 
$8.75 



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The rate as requested by the Models' Guild and recommended for 
1981-82 is $9.00 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with the Models' Guild to obtain 
services of living models for the fiscal year 1981-82 at 
the rate of $9.00 per hour. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That no obligation on the part of the SFCCD 

shall arise under this agreement unless per- 
formed under the authority of a "Term Purchase Agreement" issued by 
the District and duly certified as to funds by the San Francisco 
Controller pursuant to the provisions of San Francisco Charter 
Section 6.302. 

Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 

Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616-BA 

Authorization to terminate participation in the Student 
Financial Aid Program at City College of San Francisco 
known as the Nursing Student Loan Program 

President and Members: 

It is proposed that the College terminate its participation in the 
Nursing Student Loan Program. The purpose of the program has been to provide 
loans to nursing students in good standing who demonstrate financial need. 
District matching funds have been required. 

The Nursing Training Amendments of 1979, Public Law 96-76, provided 
for major revisions affecting the administration of the program, including 
the repeal of the authority for employment cancellation benefits for nursing 
student loans made on or after September 29, 1979. 

As long as the Agreement between the College and US-DHEW to operate 
the Nursing Student Loan funds remains in effect, no nursing student can 
receive a National Direct Student Loan, even when there are insufficient 
nursing funds for needy students. 

With the removal of the cancellation provisions which had been the 
major benefit of continued participation, and the inadequate and untimely 
funding each year, the following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD on behalf of its City College of San 

Francisco hereby terminates its Agreement with US-DHEW 
for participation in the Nursing Student Loan Program. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business and/or President, 
City College are hereby authorized to execute any and all documents 
necessary to implement this termination. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to take any and all actions required by US-DHEW to 
terminate SFCCD participation in the Nursing Student Loan Program. 



Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Rachel Ness 

Assistant Dean, Financial Aid 



Recommended for adoption: 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 

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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616-B5 

Authorizing contract with the San Prancisco Unified School 
District for the joint use and maintenance of SFUSD school 
buildings for the Fiscal Year 1980-81 based upon a space 
rental rate of 40%c per square foot per month 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 11002 reads as follows: 



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"The governing boards of two or more school districts or community 
college districts whose boundaries are contiguous or coterminous 
may enter into an agreement upon such terms and conditions as may 
be agreeable to the respective governing boards for the joint use 
and maintenance of school buildings and other school facilities." 

The SFCCD has since July 1, 1970 utilized the SFUSD school buildings 
to conduct educational programs in the community. 

For the Fiscal Year 1980-81, the staffs of the SFCCD and SFUSD recom- 
mend that the space rental rate of 40^C per square foot per month and the various 
equipment rental rates in effect for 1979-80 be continued unchanged for 1980-81. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That in accordance with Education Code Section 11002, the 
SFCCD contract with the San Francisco Unified School dis- 
trict for the joint use and maintenance of SFUSD school buildings for 
the Fiscal Year 1980-81 at the following rental rates based upon a 
space rental rate of 40^C per square foot per month. 



Shared Spaces 

Space Rental Rates 

Offices 
Classrooms 
Laboratories 
Shops 

Equipment Rental Rates 

Laboratories 

Art 



Rate per Hour per Week 
for a Semester 



$21.60 
43.20 
43.20 
43.20 



Business - Manual Typewriters 

Business - Electric Typewriters 

Business - Office Machines 

Chemistry 

Drafting 

Home Economics 



$ 6.15 

31.25 

103.75 

104.40 





31.25 



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Jewelry 

Physical Fitness 
Science 
Sewing 
Stained Glass 



6.15 




31.25 
31.25 



Shops 



Automotive 
Electric 
Machine 
Sheet Metal 
Wood Working 

O'Connell Shops 

Arc Welding 

Automotive 

Custodial 

Dry Cleaning 

Gas Welding 

Grocery Clerk 

Lock Smith 

Machine 

Painting 

Power Sewing 

Refrigeration 

Sheet Metal 

Shoe Repair 

Stationary Engineer 

Television Repair 

Typewriter Repair 

Watch Repair 

Exclusive Spaces 

Galileo Community College Center 
2112 Greenwich Street - 4 buildings 

Chinatown Community College Center 
949 Washington Street - 1 classroom 

Parking at Marina Middle School 

Cost of repairs incident to use of 
school yard for parking by SFCCD 
students 



53.33 
46.67 
155.67 
40.00 
40.00 



155.66 
53.33 


77.83 
51.36 

155.66 
46.67 

155.66 
51.36 
31.25 

155.66 
40.00 
40.00 


40.00 
40.00 
40.00 



$1,300.00 per month 



$300.00 per month 



$34,272.60 



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Non-normal hour services 

Custodial and stationary engineer services required at non-normal 
hours. SFCCD to pay SFUSD for the difference between the cost of 
such services at the premium rate and the normal rate. 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 



Submitted by, 



* 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Charles N. Collins 
Associate Director 
Facilities and Planning 



Hilary Hsu 

Director 

Centers Business Services 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616-B6 

Appropriating assured income in excess of the SFCCD 
Budget for 1980-81 from the General Reserve in the 
amount of $2,000,000 for the Chinatown Northbeach 
Community College Center 

President and Members: 

On August 19, 1980, by Resolution No. 800819-B1, the Governing 
Board adopted the final budget for the SFCCD for the fiscal year 1980-81. 

Since the adoption of the final budget for the fiscal year 1980-81 
by the Governing Board, the Centers Division has increased its offerings in 
English as a Second Language and other courses. Due to the increased offer- 
ings, the SFCCD will be eligible to obtain additional apportionment from the 
State because of increase in ADA, over and above the number of ADA' s in the 
adopted budget. The exact amount of additional income is uncertain at this 
time because of the many proposed revisions to the 1980-81 funding formulas 
pending. However, it appears that at least $2,000,000 of additional income 
is assured. 

Our 1980-81 Gann Limit is $59,469,750.43 and our present Appropria- 
tions Subject to Limitation is $57,299,857 leaving us with an Unused Appropria- 
tions Limit of $2,169,893,43. This means that $2,000,000 may be appropriated 
in this resolution without exceeding our current Gann Limit. 

We have been negotiating with the SFUSD for a 20 year lease for 
Hancock School to be used as the Chinatown Northbeach Community College 
Center. We have reached an agreement at $1,700,000 prepaid rent. It is the 
purpose of this resolution to appropriate $2,000,000 to fund the prepaid rent 
and other costs for occupancy which would include alterations, equipment, and 
furniture. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: 

Section 1 - That in accordance with Education Code Section 85210 

which provides that assured income in excess of the 
total amounts anticipated in the budget shall be added to the 
general reserve of the district, the following General Fund 
budget revision is made: 

State Apportionment $2,000,000 

General Reserve $2,000,000 



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Section 2 - That there is a need according to major classification 

of expenditure to be met from that portion of the 
General Reserve derived from assured income in excess of the total 
anticipated in the budget which is detailed below: 



f 



Other Outgo 



$2,000,000 



Section 3 - That this resolution be submitted to the County 

Superintendent of Schools for approval in accordance 
with Education Code Section 85210. 

Section 4 - That in accordance with Education Code Section 85210 

authorization be and is hereby given for the appropria- 
tion in the General Fund 



From: General Reserve 



$2,000,000 



To: SFCCD Appn. A0 8949 73200 $2,000,000 

Centers Buildings and Grounds - Capital Improvements 
Transfers to the Special Reserve Fund 
(Major Budget Classification - Other Outgo) 

Section 5 - That in accordance with Education Code Section 85440 
et seq. , transfer be made in the Special Reserve Fund 

From: Incoming Transfers from the General Fund $2,000,000 
(SFCCD Appn. A0 8949 73200) 

To: SFCCD Appn. SO 9510 62000 $2,000,000 

Chinatown Northbeach Community College Center 

Section 6 - That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor, 

Business are hereby authorized to execute all documents 
necessary to record this appropriation on the accounts of the San 
Francisco Controller and the Community College District. 



Submitted by, 



Recommended for adoption: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 






Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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) 



Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616-B7 

Amending Resolution No. 80091 6-B2 appropriating funds 
for the Veterans' Cost-of-Instruction Program by 
substituting $38,086 for the period July 1, 1980 to 
August 31, 1981 in place of $36,855 for the period 
July 1, 1980 to June 30, 1981 

President and Members: 

On May 6, 1980, by Resolution No. 800506-B2 the Governing Board 
authorized the submission of an application for funds to the US-DHEW for the 
Veterans' Cost-of-Instruction Program (VCIP) for the fiscal year 1980-81. 

On July 16, 1980, we received notification from US-Department of 
Education (ED) that we were awarded $36,855. 

On September 16, 1980, by Resolution No. 800916-B2 the Governing 
Board appropriated $36,855 for the period July 1, 1980 to June 30, 1981. 

By letter dated May 14, 1981, we received notification from US-ED 
that an additional $1,231 had been awarded and that the program period had 
been extended from July 1, 1980 through June 30, 1981 to July 1, 1980 
through August 31, 1981. In order to expend this additional amount it is 
necessary to appropriate it. 

The VCIP additional funding will provide continued services to 
elegible veteran students at City College during the Summer 1981. The total 
project cost is funded entirely by the grantor; no district matching funds 
are required. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: The Governing Board on September 16, 1980 adopted 

Resolution No. 800916-B2 appropriating $36,855 for the 
VCIP at City College for the period July 1, 1980 to June 30, 1981, 
and 

WHEREAS: The U. S. Department of Education has now awarded an 

additional $1,231 for the VCIP and extended the program 
period from July 1, 1980 through June 30, 1981 to July 1, 1980 
through August 31, 1981, now therefore be it 

RESOLVED: That Governing Board Resolution No. 800916-B2 adopted 

on September 16, 1980 appropriating $36,855 for the 
Veterans' Cost-of-Instruction Program at City College for the 
fiscal year 1980-81 be amended to appropriate $38,086 for the 
period July 1, 1980 to August 31, 1981. 



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Submitted by, 



Bernard M. Foston 

Assistant Dean, Veterans, Tuition 



Juanita U. Pascual 

Vice President, Administrative Services 



Kenneth S. Washington 
President, City College 






Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616-B8 

Authorization to submit an application for funds for the 
Veterans' Cost-of-Instruction Program for the Fiscal Year 
1981-82, City College. 

President and Members: 

The Department of Education makes available to eligible institutions 
of higher learning monies that are to be used for the support of improved and 
expanded services to veterans and to defray institutional expenses in academ- 
ically related programs, under the authority of 20 USC 1070e-l. 

The Office of Veterans, Dependents and Non-Residents, in the City 
College Division, seeks approval to submit an application for funds to the 
Department of Education for the period July 1, 1981 to June 30, 1982. No 
specific dollar amount is requested in this resolution, as the grant amount 
will be based upon the undergraduate veteran enrollment according to a federal 
formula. No local matching is required. 

The SFCCD has been awarded in the past the following amounts: 



1975-76 


$70,942 


1976-77 


$51,082 


1977-78 


$61,100 


1978-79 


$63,196 


1979-80 


$49,149 


1980-81 


$38,086 



The Veterans' Cost-of-Instruction Program will provide services in 
the areas of outreach, recruitment, special education, counseling, tutorial 
assistance, and related veterans' services. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice 

Chancellor, Business are hereby authorized to prepare 
and submit an application for funds to the Department of Education 
for the Veterans' Cost-of-Instruction Program for the Fiscal Year, 
1981-82, City College 

Reviewed and approved Submitted by, 

as to Finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Bernard M. Foston 
Assistant Dean 



Recommended for adoption: Kenneth S. Washington 

President, City College 
Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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IP 



The Honorable Governing Board of the 
San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616-B9 

Authorization to transfer from Classified Temporary 
Salaries to Permanent Salaries, Centers Administration, 
to create and fund one permanent 1914 Film Service 
Technician position. 

President and Members: 

The faculty of the Community College Centers has had for many years 
access to the excellent and extensive collection of the S.F.U.S.D t 's film 
library on a borrowing basis, free of charge. The only requirement for our 
District is to provide a full-time 1914 Film Service Technician to service 
the teachers who use the library. This position has been on a temporary 
basis and, as such, 'as experienced a number of turnovers. In an attempt 
to stabilize thisposition.it is recommended that the temporary 1914 Film 
Service Technician De converted to permanent status. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That effective June 17, 1981, one (1) permanent 
1914 Film Service Technician position is hereby 
created at the Community College Centers Division, 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That authorization is hereby given 

for the following General Fund trans- 
fer to fund the above newly created position; 

FROM: SFCCD Appn. AO-8944-22012 $898 

Centers Administration - Classified Temporary Salaries 
(Major Budget Classification - Classified Salaries) 

TO: SFCCD Appn. A0-8944-22010 $898 

Centers Administration - Classified Permanent Salaries 
(Major Budget Classification - Classified Salaries) 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business, are hereby 
authorized to execute all documents necessary to record this 
transfer on the accounts of the San Francisco Controller and the 
Community College District. 

Submitted by, 

Reviewed and approved 

as to finance, Hilary Hsu, Director 

Business Services 

Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business Laurent Broussal, 



Recommended for adoption: 

Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 

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President 

Community College Centers 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616-B10 

Authorizing contract with James G. Seely to obtain 
additional legal advice, $1,000, July 1, 1980 to 
June 30, 1981, District Office 

President and Members: 

On June 17, 1980, by Resolution No. 800617-B9, the Governing Board 
authorized renewal of the contract with James G. Seely for legal advice for 
the fiscal year 1980-81, $24,000. 

Said contract called for the Legal Counsel to attend, and when 
appropriate, participate at all of the Chancellor Superintendent's Board 
meetings, regular and special, including executive sessions, and render an 
additional 240 hours per year (average of 20 hours per month) of legal services 
to the District upon request. 

The need for legal services during 1980-81 has exceeded the 240 hours 
contemplated in the contract by an estimated 15.6 to 20.0 hours. At $50 per 
hour this amounts to an additional $780 to $1,000. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the SFCCD contract with James G. Seely to obtain 

additional legal advice, July 1, 1980 to June 30, 1981, 
at the rate of $50 per hour not to exceed $1,000, District Office. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business are hereby 
authorized to execute such contract on behalf of the SFCCD. 

Submitted by, and 
recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 

Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616-B11 

Tabulation of bids for award of contract with 
Management Systems Corporation to obtain janitorial 
services and window washing for the Downtown Community 
College Center, July 1, 1981 to June 30, 1983 

President and Members: 

San Francisco Charter Section 8.300-1 (Proposition J) approved by 
the electorate on November 2, 1976 reads as follows: 

"Notwithstanding the provisions of Section 8.300 of the charter, 
the following positions shall not be included in the classified 
civil service of the city and county and shall not be filled from 
lists of eligibles prepared by the civil service commission: 

Positions determined by the controller and approved by resolu- 
tion of the board of supervisors to be positions where the work or 
services can be practically performed under private contract at a 
lower cost to the city and county than similar work or services 
performed by employees of the city and county; provided that no 
work or services shall be contracted where such work or services 
are required to be performed by officers or employees of the city 
and county under the provisions of this carter or other applicable 
law." 

Since construction of the Downtown Center in September 1978, 
janitorial services and window washing have been performed under private 
contract. 

On May 11, 1981 the S. F. Board of Supervisors adopted a "Resolution 
concurring with Controller's certification that janitorial building maintenance 
services can be practically performed at Downtown Community College Center by 
private contractor for lower cost than similar work services performed by City 
and County employees." The Controller's certification was that the costs of 
janitorial services by city workforce for 1981-82 would be $141,955 to 
$163,668 based on 6 or 7 employees. 

The S. F. Purchaser advertised on May 20, 1981 an Invitation for 
Bids on the subject contract for a one year and two year basis. On June 5, 
1981, nine bids were received and opendd as follows: 

Janitorial Services and Window Washing Contract Proposal No. 83662 

1st Year 2nd Year Lot 



1. J. J. Bldg. Mtce. $ 87,229.92 $ 87,229.92 $174,459.84 
(rejected by Human Rights Commission) 

2. Management Systems Corp. 100,260.00 108,282.40 208,542.40 

3. Lewis & Taylor, Inc. 108,028.00 108,028.00 216,056.00 

4. American Bldg. Mtce. Co. 106,996.00 117,690.00 224,686.00 

5. Able Bldg. Mtce. 108,360.00 118,746.00 227,106.00 

6. ABC Bldg. Mtce. Co. 110,052.48 121,057.68 231,110.16 

7. Prudential Bldg. Mtce. Corp. 110,102.00 121,208.00 231,310.00 

8. Bekins Bldg. Mtce. Co. 110,430.00 121,473.00 231,903.00 

9. Universal Bldg. Mtce. 116,125.64 127,738.24 243,863.88 

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The lowest bid by J. 
the Human Rights Commission. 



J. Building Maintenance has been rejected by 



The bids were evaluated on a lot basis of two years, but since the 
current Board of Supervisors resolution is only for one year, the award will 
be for two years with the second year subject to approval by the Controller 
and the Board of Supervisors pursuant to S. F. Charter Section 8.300-1. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That authorization be and is hereby given for the 

acceptance of bid and award of contract by the 
S. F. Purchaser of Supplies to Management Systems Corporation to 
obtain janitorial serivces and window washing for the Downtown 
Community College Center for the period July 1, 1981 to June 30, 
1983 at a first year cost of $100,260.00 and a second year cost 
of $108,282.40. 






FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Vice Chancellor, Business is 

hereby authorized to issue a contract 
order to Management Systems Corporation and to charge such to 
SFCCD Appn. No. Al 8948 56020. 

Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616-C1 

Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
less than $3,000 

President and Members: 

Listed below are encumbrances for equipment, supplies, and services 
in individual amounts of less than $3,000.00. Investigation indicates that 
they are necessary for the conduct of the schools, and therefore are recom- 
mended for approval of the Governing Board. It is certified that the items 
listed below are in accord with Governing Board policy and that funds are 
available to cover payment. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the procurement 

of the equipment, supplies, services, etc., totaling 
$168,209.84 in individual amounts of less than $3,000.00 not hereto- 
fore approved as summarized and detailed below: 



PURCHASE ORDERS 



NUMBERS 




NUMBERS 




NUMBERS 




45222 




45661 - 


45670 


46033 




45224 




45684 - 


45685 


46037 




45234 - 


45235 


45702 




46063 




45263 - 


45265 


45786 - 


45787 


46094 - 


46095 


45279 - 


45280 


45821 




46168 - 


46169 


45536 - 


45537 


45891 




46261 




45550 




45894 




46385 




45553 




45896 




46469 - 


46470 


45581 - 


45582 


45939 




46489 





TOTAL $45,668.39 



TERM PURCHASE AGREEMENTS 



NUMBER 




AMOUNT 


1601 


$ 


2,400.00 


1602 




2,400.00 


1603 




2,400.00 


1605 




2,400.00 


1609 




1,550.00 


1610 




1,500.00 


1611 




2,400.00 


1613 




2,400.00 


1614 




1,800.00 


1615 




1,920.00 


1617 




2,400.00 


1618 




2,400.00 


1619 




2,640.00 


1620 




2,400.00 


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TERM PURCHASE AGREEMENTS (continued) 



NUMBER 


AMOUNT 


1621 


1,800.00 


1622 


1,920.00 


1623 


1,920.00 


1624 


2,400.00 


1625 


1,440.00 


1626 


1,920.00 


1628 


1,920.00 


1629 


1,800.00 


1632 


2,400.00 


1633 


1,920.00 


1634 


1,800.00 


1634 


2,160.00 


1636 


2,880.00 


1638 


2,300.00 


1640 


1,800.00 


1641 


1,800.00 


1642 


2,400.00 


1643 


2,400.00 


1644 


1,800.00 


1645 


2,400.00 


1646 


2,400.00 


1649 


2,000.00 


1650 


2,000.00 



TOTAL $78,590.00 



MISCELLANEOUS ENCUMBRANCES 



REVOLVING 


FUND VOUCHERS 


NUMBER 


AMOUNT 


0.085 


$ 2,822.08 


0.086 


3,485.97 


0.087 


12,300.39 


0.088 


2,169.06 


0.089 


3,844.19 


0.090 


2,281.86 


0.091 


4,762.43 


0.092 


2,802.03 


0.093 


2,899.84 



Total 



$37,367.85 



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I MISCELLANEOUS ENCUMBRANCES (continued) 



DIRECT 


PAYMENT VOUCHERS 




NUMBER 


AMOUNT 




311 


$2,000.00 




313 


1,800.00 




314 


73.65 




318 


56.53 




319 


234.19 




321 


200.00 




323 


24.00 




326 


750.00 




32 7 


1,445.23 





Total $6,583.60 

TOTAL $43,951.45 



GRAND TOTAL $168,209.84 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616-C2 

Procurement of equipment, supplies, services, etc., 
$3,000 or more 

President and Members: 

The following departmental requests for the purchase of supplies, 
equipment, and services have been received. Investigation indicates that they 
are necessary for the conduct of the schools, and therefore are recommended 
for approval by the Governing Board. It is certified that the items listed 
below are in accord with Governing Board policy and that funds are available 
to cover payment. 

RESOLVED: That approval be and is hereby given for the procurement 

of the equipment, supplies, services, etc. summarized 
below: 



REQUISITIONS FOR PURCHASE ORDERS 
NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 



2295 



District Fall Class Schedule 



AMOUNT 



$19,283.00 



TERM PURCHASE AGREEMENTS 



1604 


College 


1606 


College 


1607 


College 


1608 


College 


1612 


College 


1616 


College 


1627 


College 


1630 


College 


1631 


College 


1637 


College 


1639 


Centers 


1647 


Centers 



Instructional Food Supplies 
Photographic Supplies 
Photographic Supplies 
Cinemagraphic Processing 
Electrical Supplies 
Pipe, Galvanized & Black 
Plumbing & Steamfitting Supplies 
Plywood and Carpentry Supplies 
Paint & Painting Supplies 
Debris Box Service 
Electrical Supplies 
Servicing Fire Extinguishers 



$ 4,000.00 
5,550.00 
3,550.00 
6,100.00 
18,000.00 
4,320.00 
6,720.00 
4,320.00 
3,360.00 
3,792.00 
7,200.00 
3,600.00 



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TERM PURCHASE AGREEMENTS (continued) 

NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 

1648 Centers Debris Box Service 

1651 Centers Industrial Gasses (for 2905 - 21st Street) 

1652 Centers Industrial Gasses (for 425 - 4th Street) 

TOTAL 



AMOUNT 

3,792.00 

4,800.00 

7,200.00 

$86,304.00 



I 



DIRECT PAYMENT VOUCHERS 



NUMBER DIVISION DESCRIPTION 



309 
310 
312 
315 

316 
317 
320 
322 

324 
325 



District Foods & Services for College Cafeteria 

District Federal Income Tax Deposit 

District Federal Income Tax Deposit 

District Members' Contributions to State Teachers' 
Retirement System 

District Federal Income Tax Deposit 

College Seminars 

District Federal Income Tax Deposit 

College Funds in Basic Educational Opportunity 
Grant Program 

District Federal Income Tax Deposit 

College Postage for Postal Meter # F8201563 



AMOUNT 

$ 31,154.17 

19,964.78 

14,626.87 

194,409.12 
9,827.24 
3,300.00 

352,979.04 

35,130.00 
150,920.73 
7,500.00 
TOTAL $819,811.95 



GRAND TOTAL $925,398.95 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Submitted by. 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616-C17 

Acceptance of Gifts - Motor Vehicles 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 72241 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may accept on behalf 
of, and in the name of, the district such gifts, donations, bequests, and 
devises as are made to the district for community college purposes or to or 
for the benefit of any community college administered by the district. Such 
gifts, donations, bequests, and devises may be made subject to such conditions 
or restrictions as the governing board may prescribe. In no event shall the 
approval of any state agency be a prerequisite to acceptance of such a gift, 
donation, bequest, or devise. No real or personal property including money, 
accepted by a governing board pursuant to this section shall be considered 
in determining the eligibility of the district for an apportionment from the 
State School Fund nor in determining the amount thereof." 

SFCCD Policy Manual 8.08 Acceptance of Gifts provides that motor 
vehicles be accepted by the SFCCD by a Governing Board resolution. 

From time to time a motor vehicle is offered as a gift to the SFCCD 
to be deregistered and used as instructional equipment. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: The SFCCD has been tendered the following motor vehicles 
as gifts: 

Item No. 1 

Description: 1967 Plymouth 

Identification No. PS23H74107916 

License Plate No. 296GUL 
Donor: Roger H. Brarda 

978 Valencia Street, Apt. 301 

San Francisco, CA 94110 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $800.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 

Item No. 2 

Description: 1959 GMC Truck 

Identification # 101CS6885A 

License Plate No. N88091 
Donor: Mr. Leonard A. Dowaite, Controller 

Duart Mfg. Co. , Ltd. 

984 Folsom Street 

San Francisco, CA 94107 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $750.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 



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Item No. 3 

Description: 1968 Pontiac 

Identification No, 
License Plate No. 
Donor: Wichai Keankalaya 
296 Evelyn Way 
San Francisco, CA 94127 
Market Value Declared by Donor : 



235698P600954 
865MAI 



$750.00 



Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 



Item No. 4 

Description: 



1976 Oldsmobile 
Identification No. 
License Plate No. 
Donor: Miss Jeanette Earl 

Network Courier Service 
9010 Bellanca Avenue 
Los Angeles, CA 90045 



2H35R6R160015 
1B51901 



« 






WHEREAS: Mr. George Redden, Director, John O'Connell Community 

College Center, and Mr. Laurent Broussal, President, 
Community College Centers, declare that the gifts, Items 1 through 
4 above, will enhance the automotive program of the John O'Connell 
Community College Center and recommend the acceptance of the gifts, 
now 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That the motor vehicles described above 

be gratefully accepted by the Governing 
Board of the San Francisco Community College District for and in 
the name of the San Francisco Community College District. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That Mr. George Redden, Director, John 

O'Connell Community College Center, is 
hereby authorized to execute all necessary documents for the 
deregistration of the motor vehicles in accordance with applicable 
law. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That upon transfer of legal title of said 

motor vehicles to the SFCCD, the Secretary 
of the Governing Board is directed to notify the Donors of the 
acceptance of the gifts by the Governing Board. 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 

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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616-C18 

Acceptance of Gifts - Other Than Motor Vehicles 

President and Members: 

California Education Code Section 72241 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may accept on behalf 
of, and in the name of, the district such gifts, donations, bequests, and 
devises as are made to the district for community college purposes or to or 
for the benefit of any community college administered by the district. Such 
gifts, donations, bequests, and devises may be made subject to such conditions 
or restrictions as the governing board may prescribe. In no event shall the 
approval of any state agency be a prerequisite to acceptance of such a gift, 
donation, bequest, or devise. No real or personal property including money, 
accepted by a governing board pursuant to this section shall be considered 
in determining the eligibility of the district for an apportionment from the 
State School Fund nor in determining the amount thereof." 

SFCCD Policy Manual 8.08 Acceptance of Gifts provides that 
(1) motor vehicles, (2) aircraft, (3) cash, (4) securities, (5) precious 
stones, (6) precious metals, and (7) goods other than (1) to (6) above, with 
a market value exceeding $500.00 be accepted by the SFCCD by a Governing 
Board resolution. 

From time to time an item is offered as a gift to the SFCCD to be 
used for educational purposes. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: The SFCCD has been tendered the following items as gifts: 

Item No. 1 

Description: 1 Kelsh Plotter 

Donor: Leonard Reitz, Manager, Property Office 
U. S. Geology Service, Topo Division 
Menlo Park, California 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $1,000.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: 

Initial Cost (transportation, installation, etc.) $150.00 
Annual Cost (maintenance, repairs, etc.) $100.00 

Item No. 2 

Description: 4 banks of Student Lockers 
Donor: Mr. Nick Leonandakis 

Airport Commuter Service 

923 Folsom Street 

San Francisco, CA 94107 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $1,000.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 



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Item No. 3 

Description: Electrical Supplies: 

Assorted 12 & 14 ga. wire, junction box, 
conduit, outlets and electric motors. 
All items are used. 
Donor: Mr. Al Mesita 

Crown Electric & Maintenance Co. 
85 Columbia Square 
San Francisco, CA 94107 
Market Value Declared by Donor: $850.00 
Estimated District Cost in Accepting Gift: None 






WHEREAS: Mr. James M. Lallas, Engineering, City College, and 
Dr. Kenneth S. Washington, President, City College, 
declare that the gift, Item No. 1 above, will enhance the 
Engineering Program at City College and recommend the 
acceptance of the gift, and 

WHEREAS: Mr. Goerge L. Redden, Director, John O'Connell 

Community College Center, and Mr. Laurent R. Broussal, 
President, Community College Centers, declare that the gifts, 
Items No. 2 and 3 above, will enhance the John O'Connell 
Community Colege Center and recommend the acceptance of 
the gifts, now 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That the gifts described above be 

gratefully accepted by the Governing 
Board of the San Francisco Community College District for and in 
the name of the San Francisco Community College District. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That upon transfer of legal title of the 

gifts described above, the Secretary of 
the Governing Board is directed to notify the donors of the 
acceptance of the gifts by the Governing Board. 



Submitted by. 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616-D2 

Annual Classified Positions Resolution 81-82 

President and Members: 

To serve as the basis for control as to the number, classification, 
title, and rate of compensation for all classified positions continued or created 
by the Governing Board in adopting the budget, it is recommended that the annual 
classified positions resolution be approved. This resolution will be amended 
throughout the year as necessary to reflect all changes in the number, classifica- 
tion, title, and rate of compensation of classified positions. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: Part 1 - That the administrative provisions of the 1981-82 

Annual Salary Ordinance of the City and County of San 
Francisco are hereby adopted as an integral part of this Annual Clas- 
sified Positions Resolution, subject to such changes as the Governing 
Board may make in the adoption of the San Francisco Community College 
District budget for 1981-82. 

Part 2 - That this Annual Classified Positions Resolution, 
which enumerates all classified positions of the San 
Francisco Community College District continued or created by the 
Governing Board in adopting the tentative budget for the Fiscal Year 
1981-82, is hereby adopted and detailed as follows: 



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NO. OF 
POSITIONS 



CLASS & 
ITEM NO. 



CLASSIFICATION TITLE 



COMPENSATION 
SCHEDULE 



SECTION 6690 10A - COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS DIVISION - SALARIES 



1 


B512 


GENERAL CLERK TYPIST 














PT-EX 




473 


B 


570 


1 


B512 


GENERAL CLERK TYPIST 














PT-EX-ST 




473 


B 


570 


2 


1220 


PAYROLL CLERK 




519 


B 


625 


1 


1228 


SENIOR TESTING 














TECHNICIAN 


SC 


567 


B 


684 


1 


1228 


SENIOR TESTING 














TECHNICIAN 




567 


B 


684 




122A 


SENIOR PERSONNEL 














ANALYST 


Z 


947 


B 


1147 




1314 


PUBLIC RELATIONS 














OFFICER 


OZ 


916 


B 


1109 


1 


1402 


JUNIOR CLERK 


SC 


374 


B 


448 


1 


1402 


JUNIOR CLERK 




374 


B 


448 




1404 


CLERK 




448 


B 


539 




1406 


SENIOR CLERK 




503 


B 


605 




1422 


JUNIOR CLERK TYPIST 




396 


B 


475 


3 


1424 


CLERK TYPIST PT-EX-ST 




465 


B 


560 


1 


1424 


CLERK TYPIST 


SC 


465 


B 


560 


14 


1424 


CLERK TYPIST 




465 


B 


560 


1 


1426 


SENIOR CLERK TYPIST PT- 


-ST 


510 


B 


614 


12 


1426 


SENIOR CLERK TYPIST 




510 


B 


614 


1 


1444 


CLERK STENOGRAPHER 




485 


B 


583 


1 


1446 


SENIOR CLERK STENOGRAPHER 












ST 




560 


B 


674 


11 


1446 


SENIOR CLERK STENOGRAPHER 


560 


B 


674 


1 


1452 


STENOGRAPHIC SECRETARY 




647 


B 


781 


1 


1487 


FINANCIAL AIDS ASSISTANT 


560 


B 


674 




1488 


T I A-E VALUATION 














TECHNICIAN 


Z 


541 


B 


652 


1 


1489 


TIA-BUSINESS 














LEARNING CENTER 




541 


B 


652 


7 


1630 


ACCOUNT CLERK 




480 


B 


578 




1745 


VIA-COMPUTER SERVICES 




539 


B 


650 


1 


1760 


OFFSET MACHINE 














OPERATOR 


SC 


494 


B 


594 




1840 


JUNIOR MANAGEMENT 














ASSISTANT 


Z 


631 


B 


762 


1 


1842 
1844 


MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT 
SENIOR MANAGEMENT 


Z 


762 


B 


920 






ASSISTANT 


Z 


899 


B 


1088 


1 


1869 


TIA-COMPUTER SERVICES 














MANAGER 




807 


B 


975 




1870 


PROGRAMMER ANALYST 














TRAINEE 


Z 


735 


B 


887 


1 


1872 


PROGRAMMER ANALYST 


Z 


807 


B 


975 




1914 


FILM SERVICE TECHNICIAN 


512 


B 


617 




1920 


INVENTORY CLERK 




496 


B 


596 




1924 


MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES 














SUPERVISOR 




544 


B 


655 


1 


1932 


ASSISTANT STOREKEEPER 


SC 


512 


B 


617 


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NO. OF 
POSITIONS 



CLASS & 
ITEM NO. 



CLASSIFICATION TITLE 



COMPENSATION 
SCHEDULE 



SECTION 6690 10A - COMMUNITY COLLEGE CENTERS DIVISION - SALARIES 



19 

1 

1 
1 



2630 
2709 
2726 

2727 

3537 

3538 
3590 
3591 
3597 
3598 
3599 
3616 

3618 

7302 

7334 
7344 
7345 
7346 
7347 
7355 
7441 

8202 
8202 
8204 

8272 



608 
602 



549 B 661 



728 



694 


B 


838 


536 


B 


647 


395 


B 


395 




H 


3.5700 


337 


B 


404 


411 


B 


494 


424 


B 


510 


552 


B 


664 



SCHOOL LUNCHROOM COOK 505 B 
SCHOOL CUSTODIAN 500 B 

SCHOOL CUSTODIAN 
ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR SC 
SCHOOL CUSTODIAN- 
SUPERVISOR I 602 B 
TIA-MEDIA SERVICES 
MANAGER 

TIA-LANGUAGE LABORATORY Z 
TIA-ENGLISH READER PT Z 
COLLEGE AIDE 
SCHOOL AIDE II 
SCHOOL AIDE III 
TIA-GUIDANCE AIDE 
LIBRARY TECHNICAL 
ASSISTANT I 
LIBRARY TECHNICAL 
ASSISTANT II 
AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT 
TECHNICIAN 650 B 

STATIONARY ENGINEER 818 B 
CARPENTER 934 B 

ELECTRICIAN 1042 B 

PAINTER 929 B 

PLUMBER 1104 B 

TRUCK DRIVER - HEAVY V 1099 B 1208 
TOOL ROOM MECHANIC 
AND CUSTODIAN 508 B 

SECURITY GUARD PT-EX 467 B 
SECURITY GUARD PT-EX-ST 467 B 
INSTITUTION POLICE 
OFFICER SC 652 B 

TIA-CAMPUS CONTROL 512 B 



605 B 731 



785 
989 
1131 
1261 
1125 
1336 



611 
562 
562 

788 
617 



108 



TOTAL POSITIONS 



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NO. OF CLASS & COMPENSATION 

POSITIONS ITEM NO. CLASSIFICATION TITLE SCHEDULE 

SECTION 669010C - COMMUNITY COLLEGE COLLEGE DIVISION - SALARIES 

1204 SENIOR PERSONNEL CLERK 

1 1220 PAYROLL CLERK 

1222 SENIOR PAYROLL AND 
PERSONNEL CLERK 

1 1228 SENIOR TESTING TECHNICIAN 

1 1402 JUNIOR CLERK 

3 1404 CLERK 

3 1406 SENIOR CLERK 

1 1408 PRINCIPAL CLERK 
1422 JUNIOR CLERK TYPIST 

2 1424 CLERK TYPIST SC 
20 1424 CLERK TYPIST 

1 1426 SENIOR CLERK TYPIST PT 

2 1426 SENIOR CLERK TYPIST SC 
41 1426 SENIOR CLERK TYPIST 

1444 CLERK STENOGRAPHER 
9 1446 SENIOR CLERK STENOGRAPHER 
1450 PRINCIPAL CLERK 

STENOGRAPHER 
1 1452 STENOGRAPHIC SECRETARY 
1 1487 FINANCIAL AIDS 

ASSISTANT SC 560 B 674 

6 1487 FINANCIAL AIDS 

ASSISTANT 560 B 674 

5 1488 T LA-EVALUATION 

TECHNICIAN Z 541 B 652 

1 1491 ASSOCIATE REGISTRAR 

SFCCD 

ACCOUNT" CLERK 

ACCOUNT CLERK 

SENIOR ACCOUNT 

CLERK 

ACCOUNTANT 



1 


1630 


3 


1630 


1 


1632 


3 


1650 


1 


1652 


2 


1706 


1 


1708 


1 


1720 


1 


1720 


1 


1724 




1731 




1734 


2 


1736 


1 


1737 


D2 




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12 


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531 


B 


641 


519 


B 


625 


570 


B 


688 


567 


B 


684 


374 


B 


448 


448 


B 


539 


503 


B 


605 


611 


B 


738 


396 


B 


475 


465 


B 


560 


465 


B 


560 


510 


B 


614 


510 


B 


614 


510 


B 


614 


485 


B 


583 


560 


B 


674 


611 


B 


738 


647 


B 


781 



Z 


897 


B 


897 


SC 


480 


B 


578 




480 


B 


578 


SC 


552 


B 


664 


Z 


605 


B 


731 


Z 


731 


B 


882 




446 


B 


536 


OR 


489 


B 


589 


SC 


453 


B 


546 


XT 17 


453 


B 


546 


Nb 


605 


B 


731 


EE 


476 


B 


476 




505 


B 


608 




562 


B 


677 






SENIOR ACCOUNTANT Z 731 B 882 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR 

SENIOR TELEPHONE OPER/ 

DATA ENTRY OPERATOR 

DATA ENTRY OPERATOR 453 B 546 

SENIOR TABULATING MACHINE 

OPERATOR 

COMPUTER OPERATOR TRAL 

COMPUTER OPERATOR I 

COMPUTER OPERATOR II 

SENIOR COMPUTER 

OPERATOR SC 625 B 755 



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NO. OF 
POSITIONS 



CLASS & 
ITEM NO. 



CLASSIFICATION TITLE 



COMPENSATION 
SCHEDULE 



SECTION 66901 OC - COMMUNITY COLLEGE COLLEGE DIVISION - SALARIES 



1 
1 


1760 
1762 


1 


1764 


3 


1768 


2 


1840 


1 
1 


1842 
1853 


1 


1855 


1 


1866 




1869 




1870 


2 

1 


1872 
1874 



1876 



1 


1927 


1 


1927 


1 


1932 


1 


1932 


1 


1934 




2402 


2 


2439 


1 


2447 




2447 


8 


2709 


4 


2726 



2727 



2730 



1 

5 
1 
2 

1 


3248 
3410 
3416 
3416 
3418 


1 
1 


3428 
3536 


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scz 
z 



OFFSET MACHINE OPERATOR 
SENIOR OFFSET MACHINE 
OPERATOR 

MAIL & REPRODUCTION 
SERVICES SUPERVISOR 
TIA-PHOTOGRAPHER/ 
CINEMATOGRAPHER 
JUNIOR MANAGEMENT 
ASSISTANT 

MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT 
CONTROL CLERK-ELECTRONIC 
DATA PROCESSING 
SENIOR CONTROL CLERK ELEC- 
TRONIC DATA PROCESSSINC SC 
SYSTEMS & PROCEDURE 
SUPERVISOR Z 

TIA-COMPUTER SERVICES 
MANAGER 

PROGRAMMER ANALYST 
TRAINEE Z 

PROGRAMMER ANALYST Z 
SENIOR PROGRAMMER 
ANALYST 

DATA PROCESSING 
PROGRAMMER & SYSTEMS 
SUPERVISOR 

TIA-PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
TIA-PHYSICAL EDUCATION 
ASSISTANT STOREKEEPER 
ASSISTANT STOREKEEPER 
STOREKEEPER 
LABORATORY HELPER 
TLA- STOREROOM MANAGER 
TIA-CHEMISTRY 
T LA-CHEMISTRY 
SCHOOL CUSTODIAN 
SCHOOL CUSTODIAN 
ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR 
SCHOOL CUSTODIAN 
SUPERVISOR I 

SCHOOL CUSTODIAL SERVICE 
SUPERVISOR I 
PIANIST 

ASSISTANT GARDENER 
GARDENER 
GARDENER 

GARDENER ASSISTANT 
SUPERVISOR 
NURSERY SPECIALIST 
TIA-PERFORMING ARTS 



494 B 

575 B 

602 B 

544 B 

631 B 

762 B 

498 B 

546 B 

1131 B 

807 B 

735 B 

807 B 



594 

694 

728 

655 

762 
920 

599 

658 

1368 

975 

887 
975 



Z 929 B 1125 



z 


1073 


B 


1298 


SC 


524 


B 


631 




524 


B 


631 


SC 


512 


B 


617 




512 


B 


617 




562 


B 


677 




430 


B 


517 




803 


B 


970 


SC 


580 


B 


701 




580 


B 


701 




500 


B 


602 




549 


B 


661 


T?C 


602 


B 


728 


ho 


671 


B 


810 


Z 




H 


10.4600 




655 


B 


870 


SC 


721 


B 


870 




721 


B 


870 




830 


B 


1003 




830 


B 


1003 


SC 


578 


B 


697 



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NO. OF 


CLASS & 


POSITIONS 


ITEM NO. 


SECTION 669010C - COl 


1 


3536 


1 


3537 


1 


3538 




3590 




3591 




3597 




3598 


5 


3616 


2 


3618 


1 


3619 


2 


53«4 


1 


7120 


1 


7205 


2 


7302 


4 


7334 


1 


7335 


1 


7342 


2 


7344 


2 


7345 


2 


7346 


2 


7347 


1 


7348 


1 


7355 


1 


7396 


1 


7397 


1 


7441 




8202 


x 1 


8204 


1 


8206 


8 


8207 


1 


8209 


2 


8272 



CLASSIFICATION TITLE 



TIA-PERFORMING ARTS 

TIA-MEDIA SERVICES 

MANAGER 

TIA-LANGUAGE LABORATORY Z 

TIA-ENGLISH READER PT Z 

COLLEGE AIDE 

SCHOOL AIDE II 

SCHOOL AIDE III 

LIBRARY TECHNICAL 

ASSISTANT I 

LIBRARY TECHNICAL 

ASSISTANT II 

LIBRARY MANAGER- 

STATLER LIBRARY 

TIA-ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN 

BUILDING AND GROUNDS 

MAINTENANCE SUPERINTENDENT 1 1 80 

CHIEF STATIONARY 

ENGINEER SC 1022 

AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT 

TECHNICIAN 650 

STATIONARY ENGINEER 818 

SENIOR STATIONARY ENGINEER 920 

LOCKSMITH 934 

CARPENTER 934 

ELECTRICIAN 1042 

PAINTER 929 

PLUMBER 1104 

STEAMFITTER 1104 

TRUCK DRIVER -MEDIUM 1022 

TIA-BROADCASTING EQUIPMENT 

TECHNICIAN 

TIA-SENIOR BROADCASTING 

EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN 

TOOL ROOM MECHANIC AND 

CUSTODIAN 

SECURITY GUARD 

INSTITUTION POLICE 

OFFICER SC 

INSTITUTION POLICE 

CAPTAIN 

BUILDING AND GROUNDS 

PATROL OFFICER 

INSTITUTION POLICE 

LIEUTENANT SC 

TIA-CAMPUS CONTROL 



COMPENSATION 
SCHEDULE 



578 B 697 



694 


B 


838 


536 


B 


647 


395 


B 


395 




H 


3.5700 


337 


B 


404 


411 


B 


494 


552 


B 


664 


605 


B 


731 


628 


B 


758 


681 


B 


822 



B 1429 



B 1237 



B 


785 


B 


989 


B 


1114 


B 


1131 


B 


1131 


B 


1261 


B 


1125 


B 


1336 


B 


1336 


B 


1125 



894 B 838 



838 B 1013 



508 


B 


611 


467 


B 


562 


652 


B 


788 


874 


B 


1057 


589 


B 


710 


796 


B 


961 


512 


B 


617 



267 



TOTAL POSITIONS 



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NO. OF 
POSITIONS 



CLASS & 
ITEM NO. 



CLASSIFICATION TITLE 



COMPENSATION 
SCHEDULE 



SECTION 6690 10D - COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT DIVISION - SALARIES 

0125 
1202 
1220 
1222 

1224 

1240 

1242 
1272 

1402 
1404 
1406 
1422 
1424 
1424 
1426 
1446 

1446 

1446 

1450 

1450 

1452 
1486 

1516 

1630 
1632 
1650 
1652 
1654 
1656 
1658 
1760 
1832 

1840 

1840 

1870 



COMMISSIONER 


C 




M 


100 


PERSONNEL CLERK 




496 


B 


596 


PAYROLL CLERK 




519 


B 


625 


SENIOR PAYROLL & 










PERSONNEL CLERK 




570 


B 


688 


PRINCIPAL PAYROLL & 










PERSONNEL CLERK 




631 


B 


762 


ASSISTANT PERSONNEL 










ANALYST 


SCZ 


634 


B 


766 


PERSONNEL ANALYST 


SCZ 


785 


B 


947 


SENIOR DEPARTMENT 










PERSONNEL OFFICER 


z 


1304 


B 


1580 


JUNIOR CLERK 




374 


B 


448 


CLERK 




448 


B 


539 


SENIOR CLERK 




503 


B 


605 


JUNIOR CLERK TYPIST 




396 


B 


475 


CLERK TYPIST 




465 


B 


560 


CLERK TYPIST 




465 


B 


560 


SENIOR CLERK TYPIST 




510 


B 


614 


SENIOR CLERK 










STENOGRAPHER 


sc 


560 


B 


674 


SENIOR CLERK 










STENOGRAPHER 





560 


B 


674 


SENIOR CLERK 










STENOGRAPHER 




560 


B 


674 


PRINCIPAL CLERK 










STENOGRAPHER 


sc 


611 


B 


738 


PRINCIPAL CLERK 










STENOGRAPHER 




611 


B 


738 


STENOGRAPHIC SECRETARY 




647 


B 


781 



EDUCATION CREDENTIALS 
TECHNICIAN 

CONFIDENTIAL SECRETARY 
TO SUPERINTENDENT 
ACCOUNTING CLERK 
SENIOR ACCOUNT CLERK 
ACCOUNTANT 
SENIOR ACCOUNTANT 
PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTANT 
HEAD ACCOUNTANT 
CHIEF ACCOUNTANT 
OFFSET MACHINE OPERATOR 
BUSINESS MANAGER 
COMMUNITY COLLEGE C 
JUNIOR MANAGEMENT 
ASSISTANT 
JUNIOR MANAGEMENT 
ASSISTANT C 

PROGRAMMER ANALYST 
TRAINEE 



596 B 721 





796 


B 


961 




480 


B 


578 




552 


B 


664 


z 


605 


B 


731 


z 


731 


B 


882 


z 


882 


B 


1067 


z 


1067 


B 


1291 


z 


1273 


B 


1543 




494 


B 


594 


z 


1470 


B 


1782 


z 


631 


B 


762 


z 


631 


B 


762 


z 


735 


B 


887 



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NO. OF 




CLASS 


& 






COMPENSATION 


POSITKtt 


IS ITEM 
669010D - 


NO. CLASSIFICATION TITLE 
COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 


DIVI 


SCHEDULE 


SECTION 


SION 


- SALARIES 


1 




1872 




PROGRAMMER ANALYST 


Z 


807 


B 


975 


1 




1950 




ASSISTANT PURCHASER 


Z 


554 


B 


668 


1 




1956 




SENIOR PURCHASER 


Z 


908 


B 


1099 


1 




2708 
3591 




CUSTODIAN 
COLLEGE AIDE 




500 


B 
H 


602 
3.5700 


1 




5265 




ARCHITECTURAL 


















ASSOCIATE I 


Z 


916 


B 


1109 



5322 GRAPHIC ARTISTS SC 617 B 745 
8202 SECURITY GUARD *67 B 562 



67 TOTAL POSITIONS 



4 



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k 



NO. OF 




CLASS & 


POSITIONS 


ITEM NO. 


SECTION 


66901 3C - CO] 


5 




2615 


2 




2615 


9 




2615 

2709 
3591 



CLASSIFICATION TITLE 



COMPENSATION 
SCHEDULE 

CAFETERIA 



SCHOOL LUNCHROOM HELPER 

PT-EX-ST 460 B 554 

SCHOOL LUNCHROOM HELPER 

PT-ST OSC 460 B 554 

SCHOOL LUNCHROOM HELPER 

PT-ST 460 B 554 

SCHOOL CUSTODIAN 500 B 602 

COLLEGE AIDE H 3.5700 



16 



TOTAL POSITIONS 



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SYMBOLS 



B BI-WEEKLY RATE 

C SALARY FIXED BY CHARTER 

EX EXEMPT POSTION NOT TO EXCEED $409.00 PER MONTH 

H HOURLY RATE 

J NOT A SALARY STANDARDIZATION RATE; RATE SET IN BUDGET 

PT PART TIME AT RATE OF 

Q AS NEEDED AT RATE OF 

ST SCHOOL TERM ONLY 

V AT RATE SET BY SALARY STANDARDIZATION FOR TYPE OF 

EQUIPMENT OPERATED (DAILY) 

Z COMPENSATION TIME OFF IN LIEU OF PAYMENT FOR OVERTIME 

SC SUBJECT TO CLASSIFICATION BY THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION 

// NEW POSITION APPROVED IN PUBLICATION BUDGET ^| 

POSITION BUDGETED BUT NO FUNDS PROVIDED 






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Part 3 - The administrative provisions governing the appoint- 
ment of 3591 College Aide under the Federal College Work Study Program 
are hereby adopted as an integral part of this Annual Classified Positions 
Resolution and detailed as follows: 

Section 1. Temporary appointment of eligible students to class 3591 

College Aide under the Federal College Work Study Program 
shall be made pursuant to a blanket authorization issued by the San 
Francisco Civil Service Commission. 

Section 2. All students to be appointed in Section 1 above shall meet all 

of the requirements of the applicable Federal laws contained 
in 42 USC 2751 et. seq. and the applicable Federal regulations contained 
in 34 CFR 175 et. seq. for the Federal College Work Study Program. 

Section 3. All students to be appointed in Section 1 above shall be 

A) enrolled in 6 or more units at the City College of San 
Francisco or 12 or more weekly class hours in the Community College 
Centers, B) in good academic standing at the institution where enrolled, 
and C) a national of the United States, in the United States for other 
than a temporary purpose and intend to become a permanent resident 
thereof, or a permanent resident of the Trust Territory of the Pacific 
Islands. 

Section 4. All students to be appointed in Section 1 above shall have 

been awarded assistance under the Federal College Work Study 
Program by the Assistant Dean of Financial Aids at the City College of 
San Francisco, by the Vice President, Student Services, in the Community 
College Centers based upon an analysis of need developed by the College 
Scholarship Service of the College Entrance Examination Board in Berkeley, 
California. 

Section 5. All students appointed under Section 1 above shall be limited 

as to the number of hours of employment as provided in 34 
CFR 175.19 (b) which reads as follows: "During periods when classes, for 
which the student is enrolled, are in session the student shall not work 
more than an average fo 20 hours per week, averaged over the period of 
enrollment for which the student has received an award under this part. 
During other periods of time, the student shall not work more than 40 
hours per week and work during such periods shall not be included in the 
limitation on average hours per week set forth above." 

Section 6. The Governing Board of the San Francisco Community College 
District hereby certifies that all eligible students to be 
appointed in Section 1 above shall have also met the provisions of sec- 
tions 2, 3, and 4 above prior to appointment. 



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Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject! Resolutions No. 810616-D3 to 810616-D21 
Classified Personnel 

President and Members: 

Resolutions No. 810616-D3 to 810616-D21 cover routine appointments, 
appointments college aides, transfers college aides, releases, resignations, suspensions, 
retirements, leaves, amendment salary increment, abridgement of leave of absence and 
remove name from records, all in accordance with the Civil Service procedures of 
the City and County of San Francisco. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption: 



Submitted by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



. 



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APPOINTMENTS 



810616-D3 RESOLVED: Tkat the following named persons be appointed for 

permanent duty subject to the usual probationary period 
to be effective on dates as shown below: 



Name 



TROUT, Mary L 



Class 

1424 Clerk 
Typist 



Location 



Downtown CCC 



Effective 



05/20/81 



Salary 
$465 BW 



810616-D4 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed for temporary 

duty, location and effective dates as shown below, thru 6/30/81. 



Class 



Location 



HERRERA, Patricia G 1404 Clerk 
MARQUEZ, Teresa 



BURNHAM, Linda 
FAAPOULI, Sally 
JAMESON, Remy 
WASKOM, Jacqueline 
CHAVEZ, Juan A 
BURNELL, Tyrone 
CRUMBY, Bessie L 
SOTO, Al C 
ARMSTRONG, Dennis 



City College 
District Office 
Labor Studies 
District Office 
J. Adams CCC 



1422 Jr. Clerk 

Typist P.T. 

1424 Clerk 

Typist P.T. 

1426 Sr. Clerk 

Typist 

1446 Sr. Clerk 

Steno 

1488 TIA Evaluation City College 

Tech. 

1632 Sr. Account 

Clerk 

2709 School 

Custodian 

2709 School 

Custodian 

2709 School 

Custodian 

1630 Account Clerk City College 



City College 

City College 

CC Centers 
Division 
City College 



Effective 

05/27/81 

05/20/81 

06/03/81 

06/03/81 

05/20/81 

06/01/81 

06/10/81 

05/13/81 

05/28/81 

05/28/81 

05/20/81 



Salary 
$409 BW 
$4.5250 H 
$5.3000 H 
$465 BW 
$487 BW 
$494 BW 
$503 BW 
$477 BW 
$477 BW 
$477 BW 
$438 BW 



810616-D5 



Name 



RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed for temporary 
Exempt Civil Service duty, not to exceed 70 hours or $376.00 
per month, location and effective dates as shown below: 



MORENO, Norma 

JAMIOL, Phillip 

LEVINE, Robyn 

F00TE, Nancy J 

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Class 

1424 Clerk 
Typist P.T. 
1745 TIA Computer 
Services, P.T. 

3597 School Aide 

II, P.T. 

3598 School Aide 

III, P.T. 



Location 

J. 0'Connell 
CCC 
Downtown CCC 

City College 

S.F. Skills 
Center 



Effective 

05/26/81 

05/28/81 

04/06/81 

05/26/81 



Salary 
$5.3000 H 
$6.0625 H 
$4.1000 H 
$5.0000 H 



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APPOINTMENTS 
COLLEGE AIDES 

810616-D6 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed 3591 College 

Aide, City College, temporary Exempt Civil Service duty, 
REGULAR PROGRAM, (Lab. Attendants), salary at the rate of $3.47 per 
hour not to exceed $376.00 or 70 hours per month, effective on dates 
as shown below: 



Name 

CECILIA, Desiree 
WEINER, Daphne L 



Effective 

05/20/81 
05/20/81 



TRANSFERS 
COLLEGE AIDES 

810616-D7 RESOLVED: That the following 3591 College Aides, temporary Civil 

Service employees, assigned to City College, WORK STUDY 
PROGRAM, be transferred to REGULAR PROGRAM, effective on dates as s 
shown below: 

Name Effective 

DIGIUSEPPE, Timothy J 05/06/81 



RELEASES 

810616-D8 RESOLVED: 

Name 

BURNHAM, Linda 
SHAPIRO, Ilene L 
SWEENEY, Julia 
ARMSTRONG, Dennis 



That the following temporary persons be released close 
of day on dates as shown below: 



Name 

1424 Clerk Typist 

P.T. EX. 

1424 Clerk Typist 

P.T. 

1489 TIA Business 

Learning P.T. 

1630 Account Clerk 



Location 
Career Guidance 
Labor Education 
Downtown CCC 
City College 



Effective 

06/02/81 

05/26/81 

05/29/81 

06/09/81 



RELEASES 

810616-D9 RESOLVED: That the following Exempt Civil Service persons be 

released from their temporary appointments close of day 
on dates as shown below: 

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RELEASES 



810616-D9 (Continued) 








Name 


Class 


Location 


Effective 


MARQUEZ, Teresa 


1422 Jr. Clerk 








Typ P.T. EX 


District Office 


05/19/81 


JAMESON, Remy 


1424 Clerk Typ 


Child Care Ctr 






P.T. EX 


(J. Adams CCC) 


05/19/81 


VALENTINE, Mark C 


3598 School Aide 








P.T. EX 


City College 


05/05/81 



810616-D10 RESOLVED: That all 3591 College Aides, Exempt Civil Service Employees, 

assigned to City College WORK STUDY PROGRAM and REGULAR 
PROGRAM, be released from their temporary appointments close of day 
06/30/81. 



RESIGNATIONS 
810616-D11 RESOLVED: 

Name 

ZIMMERMAN, Klaus 

NETTLES, Everett Jr. 



That the resignations of the following permanent employees 
be accepted close of day on dates as shown below: 



Class 

1630 Account Clerk 

2709 School Custodian 



Location 

J. Adams CCC 

City College 



Effective 

04/28/81 

05/21/81 






810616-D12 RESOLVED: That the resignation of the following temporary employees 

be accepted close of day on dates as shown below: 



Name 

IWAO, Wayne H 
M0NTALV0, Ricardo A 
LAWSON, Barbara 



Class 

1404 Clerk 

1404 Clerk 

1844 Sr. Management 
Asst. 



Location 

CC Centers 
Division 
City College 

Downtown CCC 



Effective 
05/21/81 
05/15/81 
06/05/81 



SUSPENSIONS 

810616-D13 RESOLVED: That Victor BEY, permanent 2709 School Custodian assigned 

to City College, be suspended with loss of salary for the 
period of suspension, effective May 20, 1981 for a period of two (2) 
days to return to duty on May 22, 1981. 

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SUSPENSIONS 

81061*-D14 RESOLVED: That Willie JOHNSON, permanent 2709 School Custodian 

assigned to the City College, be suspended with loss of salary 
for the period of suspension, effective May 19, 1981 for a period 
of one (1) day to return to duty on May 20, 1981. 



RETIREMENT 

810616-° 15 RESOLVED: That in accordance with notice from the Retirement System, 

the retirement of Ralph W. BOSS, 7334 Stationary Engineer 
on permanent duty at the CC Centers, be noted effective cod 06/30/81. 
Ralph W. Boss has been with the College District since May 16, 1968. 



810616-D16 RESOLVED: That Donald LEWIS, temporary 2709 School Custodian 

assigned to CC Centers, be terminated close of day 
05/27/81. 



LEAVES 



810616*0 17 RESOLVED: That the following named persons be granted leave of 

absence as shown below: 



Name 



Class 



Location 



Effec. & 
Duration 



Reason 



YOUNG, Robert N.K 1220 Payroll 

Clerk 
FAAP0ULI, Sally 1404 Clerk 



GOLDMAN, Merle 
LAWSON, Barbara 
LYONS, Elizabeth 



1424 Clerk 
Typist 



Dist. Office 06/22/81 for Military leave 

3 weeks 

06/03/81 To accept temp. 

(Indefinite) 1426 Sr. Clerk Typist 

05/11/81 for Personal Leave 

3 weeks 



Dist. Office 
Career Guid. 



1840 Jr. Mgmt Downtown CCC 06/08/81 for Personal Leave 
Asst. 3 months 

2709 School City College 06/01/01 for Personal Leave 
Custodian 4 weeks 



AMENDMENT 
SALARY INCREMENT 

810616-D 18 RESOLVED: That the salary increment of Aurora J. BROWN, permanent 

1402 Jr. Clerk, on Resolution No. 810505-D17 effective 
05/25/81 be amended to be effective 05/26/81. 



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ABRIDGEMENT OF 
LEAVE OF ABSENCE 

810616-D19 RESOLVED; That the leave of absence granted to Queen E. WILLIAMS, 

permanent 2709 School Custodian, be abridged cod 05/25/81; 
and effective 05/26/81 she return to duty assigned to her at City 
College. 



REMOVE NAME 
FROM RECORDS 

810616-D20 RESOLVED: That the name of Bert T.BABICK, 2727 School Custodian 

Supervisor I on permanent duty at the City College, be removed 
from the records close of day 06/02/81 due to a transfer to Muni. 



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1 


H 


F 


1 


W 


F 


1 


H 


F 


1 


F 


F 


1 


B 


F 


1 


H 


M 


1 


W 


M 


2 


B 


M 


1 


A/PI 


M 


1 


W 


F 


*i 


W 


F 



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SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 

Classified Employees 
(Includes Permanent, Temprary & Part-time) 
New Employees Ethnic Survey 
As of June 16, 1981 



1404 Clerk 

1424 Clerk Typist 

1424 Clerk Typist, P.T. 

1446 Senior Clerk Stenographer 

1488 TIA-Evaluation Technician 

1632 Sr. Account Clerk 

1745 TLA Computer Services, P.T, 

2709 School Custodian 

2709 School Custodian 

3597 School Aide II, P.T. 

3598 Sch Aide III, P.T. 



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SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COU.IXi: DISTRICT 
CLASSIFIED EMIM.OYr.nS 

(Includes remanent, Temporary I P.irt-Tinc) 
ETHNIC SURVEY 
AS OF June 16, 1981 

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 



• 


White 


Black 


Hisoanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Am. Ind- 
Ak.' Nat. 


Total 


Main 


119 


82 


32 


•60 


24 




317 


Fetna] c 


202 


• 66 


49 


83 


32 


2 


434 • 


Total 


321 


148 


81 


143 


56 


2 


751 



PERCENTAGE 





White 


Black 


Hisoanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Filipino 


Am. Ind:. 

Ak. Nat. 


Total 


Male 


15.8 


10.9 


4.3 


8.0 


3.2 




42.2 


F'ercalc 


26.9 


8.8 


6.5 


11.0 


4.3 


.3 


57.8 


Total 


42.7 


19.7 


10.8 


• 19.0 


7.5 


.3 


100. o' 



Male 




SAN 


FRANCISCO 


LABOR FORC1 


-* 


. 


55.7% 


Female 


1970 CENSUS 


44.3% 


Total 


60. 9% 


11.6% 


12.8% 


10.6% 


3.8% 


.3% 


100.0% 



SF -1930 
Census 



Asian Am. Ind. 

white ala ck JHiaaaai c pac * Is ' Ak * Nnt * 



45.91 



12.72 



12. 31 



21.7% 



0.52 



Other 



6.9Z 



Total 



loo. o: 

■ U ll ll u. il I 



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Pac. Is. - Pacific Islander 
Am. Ind. - American Indian 
Ak. Nat. - Alaskan Native 



SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLLCE DISTRICT 
CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES 
(Includes Permanent, Temporary & Part-Time) 
ETHNIC SURVEY 
AS OF Juno 17, 1080 



NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES 



1 


White 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 

Pac. Is. 


An. Ind. 
Ak. Nat.. 


tot;.:. 


Male 


no 


82 


29 


74 




291 




Fcma 1 e 


204 


60 


46 


117 


1 


42 Q . 




TOTAL 


314 


142 


75 


191 


1 


723 



PERCENTAGE 





White 


Black 


Hispanic 


Asian 
Pac. Is. 


Am. Ind. 
Ak. Nat. 


TOTAL 


Male 


15.21 


11.34 


4.01 


10-. 24 




in. °n 


Female 


28.22 


8.30 


6.36 


16.1.8 


.14 


5°. ?0 


TOTAL 


43.4? 


19.64 


10.37 


26.42 . 


.14 


inn. (\r\ 



TF-iy/o 

Census 



59.46 



13.42 



11.97 



14.74 



.41 



100.00 



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Pac. Is. 
Am. Ind. 
Ak. Nat. 



Pacific Islander 
American Indian 
Alaskan Native 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616-E1 

Annual Certificated Position Resolution 1981-82 

President and Members: 

To serve as the basis for control as to the number, title, and rate 
of compensation for all certificated positions continued or created by the 
Governing Board in adopting the budget, it is recommended that the annual 
certificated position resolution be approved. This resolution will be amended 
throughout the year as necessary to reflect all changes in the number, title, 
and rate of compensation of certificated positions. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That this Annual Certificated Position Resolution which 

enumerates all certificated positions of the San Francisco 
Community College District continued or created by the Governing Board 
in adopting the tentative budget for the Fiscal Year 1981-82 is hereby 
adopted and detailed as follows: 



SAN FRANCISCO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT 
1981-82 



Positions 



// - 



FTE 



Class Title 



Compensation 



Min. 



Max. 



Car. Inc. 



Section A1102 - Community College Centers Division - 
Instructors 



159 - 159 Instructors - Schedule I 
61 - 48.8 Instructors - Schedule II 



Y 
Y 



13086 
10469 



29508 
23606 



32406 
25925 



Section A1201 - Community College Centers Division - 
Adminis trators 



1 - 


1 


President 


2 - 


2 


Vice President 


11 - 


11 


Director 


3 - 


3 


Associate Director 


21 - 


21 


Assistant Director 







C 51842 


Y 


42360 


51000 


53424 


Y 


38604 


46476 


48684 


Y 


35184 


42360 


44376 


Y 


32064 


38604 


40440 



Section A1202 - Community College Centers Division - 
Instructors - Nonteaching 



o _ 



Instructors, Nonteaching - 
Schedule I 



13086 29508 32406 



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Positions 
// - FTE 



Class Title 



Compensation 



Min. Max. Car. Inc. 



Section A1203 - Community College Centers Division - 
Librarians 



1 - 1 



Librarians - Schedule I 



Y 13086 29508 32406 



Section A1204 - Community College Centers Division - 
Counselors 



22 - 22 Counselors - Schedule I 
2 - 1.6 Counselors - Schedule II 



Y 13086 29508 32406 

Y 10469 23606 25925 



Section A1207 - Community College Centers Division - 
Program Supervisors 



2 - 2 



Senior Program Supervisor 



Y 29220 35184 36852 



Section A1208 - Community College Centers Division - 
Supervisors 



9 - 9 



Supervisors 



Y 13086 29508 32406 



296 - 283.4 



TOTAL POSITIONS - CENTERS 



Section C1102 - College Division - Instructors 



462 - 428.066 
3 - 3 



Instructors - Schedule I 
Instructors - Schedule I 



Y 
Y 



13086 
13086 



29508 
29508 



32406 
32406 



Section C1201 - College Division - Administrators 



1 - 
3 - 

2 - 
1 - 



16 - 16 



President 
Vice President 
Dean 

Associate Dean 
Assistant Dean 







C 53842 


Y 


42360 


51000 


53424 


Y 


38604 


46476 


48684 


Y 


35184 


42360 


44376 


Y 


32064 


38604 


40440 



Section C1202 - 



College Division - 
Instructors, Nonteaching 



10 - 9.1 Instructors, Nonteaching 
Schedule I 



Y 13086 29508 32406 



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Positions 



// - 



FTE 



Class Title 



Compensation 



Min. 



Max. 



Car.Inc, 



Section C1203 - College Division - Librarians 
5 - 5 Librarians - Schedule I 



13086 29508 32406 



Section C1204 - College Division - Counselors 
33 - 31.8 Counselors - Schedule I 



13086 29508 32406 



Section C1205 - College Division - Health Personnel 

2 - 1.8 Student Health Nurse 

2 - 2 Student Health Counselor 



Y 13086 29508 32406 

Y 13086 29508 32406 



Section C1208 - College Division - Supervisors 
50 - 19.4 Supervisors 



Y 13086 29508 32406 



590 - 523.166 TOTAL POSITIONS - COLLEGE 



Section D1201 - District Office Division - 



1 - 

1 - 

1 - 

1 - 

1 - 

3 - 

3 - 

1 - 



Administrators 

Chancellor Superintendent 
Vice Chancellor, Business 
Vice Chancellor, 

Certificated Services 
Vice Chancellor, Academic Affairs 

& Administrative Services 
Associate Director 
Assistant Director 
Coordinator 
Assistant to the Chancellor for 

Legislative & Policy Analysis 









C 63113 


Y 


42360 


51000 


53424 


Y 


42360 


51000 


53424 


Y 


35184 


42360 


44376 


Y 


35184 


42360 


44376 


Y 


32064 


38604 


40440 


Y 


32064 


38604 


40440 



32064 38604 40440 



Section D1202 - District Office Division - 
Instructors, Nonteaching 



2 - 



Instructors, Nonteaching 
Schedule I 



13086 29508 32406 



14 - 14 TOTAL POSITIONS - DISTRICT OFFICE 
900 - 820.566 TOTAL POSITIONS - SFCCD 



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Positions 
// - FTE 



Class Title 



Compensation 



Min. 



Max. 



Car. Inc. 



Section G2950 - 



3 - 3 



Section G5151 
Section G5250 



6 - 6 

1 - 1 

2 - 2 



Section G6250 - 



1 - 1 



Specially Funded Program - 
Bilingual Electronic Technician / 
Assembler Program 

Instructors - Schedule I Y 

These positions shall be continued 
until 9/30/81 and shall be occupied 
only when services are required and 
funds are provided for the grant 
program by the Department of Social 
Services, State of California, under 
the provisions of the Refugee Act of 
1980, P.L. 96-212. 

Specially Funded Programs - 

Skills Center - CETA SVE LVN Program 

Skills Center - CETA SVE Psychiatric 
Technician Program 

Instructors - Schedule I Y 

Counselors - Schedule I Y 

Supervisors Y 

These positions shall be continued 
until 9/30/81 and shall be occupied 
only when services are required and 
funds are provided for the grant 
program by the California Department 
of Education - Vocational Education 
under the Comprehensive Employment 
and Training Act of 1973, Title II, 
P.L. 93-203, CFDA 17.232. 



Specially Funded Program - 
State Preschool Program 

Supervisor 1 

This position shall be occupied only 
when services are required and funds 
are provided for the grant by the 
California State Department of 
Education, AB 1331. 



13086 29508 32406 



13086 29508 32406 
13086 29508 32406 
13086 29508 32406 



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age 4 



Positions 
// - FTE 



Class Title 



Compensation 



Min. 



Max. 



Car. Inc 



Section G6450 - 



5 - 5 

8 - 6.4 

1 - 1 

1 - .8 

1 - 1 



Specially Funded Program - 
Indochinese Training Program 

Instructors - Schedule I 
Instructors - Schedule II 
Counselors - Schedule I 
Counselors - Schedule II 
Supervisor 

These positions shall be continued 
until 9/30/81 and shall be occupied 
only when services are required and 
funds are provided for the grant 
program by the Department of Social 
Services, State of California, under 
the provisions of the Refugee Act of 
1980, P.L. 96-212. 



Y 


13086 


29508 


32406 


Y 


10469 


23606 


25925 


Y 


13086 


29508 


32406 


Y 


10469 


23606 


25925 


Y 


13086 


29508 


32406 



29 - 27.2 



TOTAL POSITIONS - SPECIALLY FUNDED PROGRAMS 



SYMBOLS : 

Y Annual rate 

C Annual rate per contract 

Position budgeted but no funds provided 



Submitted by, 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



6/16/81 - El Page 5 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 



Subject: Resolutions No. 810616G1-G16 

Certificated Personnel, City College Division 



President and Members: 



Resolutions No. 810616G1-G16 cover certificated personnel 
items for the City College Division. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Juanita U. Pascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 



Recommended for Adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancel lor/ Superintendent 



Gl to G16 
Page 1 of 8 
6/16/81 



Kenneth S. Washington 
President 



•55- 



810616-G1 
Summer 
Session 
1981 



RESOLVED: That the following named instructors be appointed 
to teach for the number of hours per week set opposite their names 
during the 6 week Summer Session effective June 22 through July 31, 
1981, unless otherwise indicated. Salary shall be in accordance 
with the current salary schedule, instructional rate: 



Hours 2/Friday Total Max. Effective 



Name 

ADAMS, KENNETH 
ADAMS, KENNETH 
GREENBERG, BENJAMIN 
HARRINGTON, SHERWOOD 
HARRINGTON, SHERWOOD 
HARRINGTON, SHERWOOD 
HAWKINS, ALFRED 
McMAHON, PAULA 
MOFFAT, FRANCES 
*NICHOLES, GRACE 
RIBERA, ANTHONY 
STRECKFUSS, JEANNE 
# WARREN, RICHARD DON 
#WARREN, RICHARD DON 



Department 


Week 

7.5 
6 
10 


Hours 
3 


Weekly 

7.5 
6 
10 


Total 

7.5 
9 
10 


Dates 


Astronomy 
Astronomy 
Mathematics 


7/16-8/6/81 


Astronomy 

Astronomy 

Astronomy 

Business 

Dental Asst. 

Journalism 


7.5 

6 

6 

7 

7.5 

7.5 


3 
3 


7.5 

6 

6 

7 

7.5 

7.5 


7.5 

9 

9 

7 

7.5 

7.5 


6/22-8/6/81 
6/22-7/14/81 
6/22-8/6/81 
7/11-7/18/81 


P.E. North 
Criminology 


8 
15 




8 
15 


8 
15 


6/22-7/17/81 


P.E. North 

Astronomy 

Astronomy 


8 

7.5 

6 


3 


8 

7.5 

6 


8 

7.5 

9 


6/22-7/17/81 
6/22-8/6/81 



810616-G2 
Changes in 
Hourly 
Appointments 
Summer 1981 



RESOLVED: That the following changes in hourly teaching 
appointments be noted, effective on the dates indicated. Salary 
shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, instructional 
rate: 



Name 

Change 

GORHAM, MARGARET 



+GR0THK0PP, WILLIAM 



Increase 
SCHAR, GRANT 



Decrease 
+VANDERWERF, WILLEM 



Department 



From Music 
To Music 

From Music 
To Music 



From Art 
To Art 
And Art 



From English 
To English 



Hours 2/Friday Total Max. Effective 
Week Hours Weekly Total Dates 



20 
20 



20 
20 



7.5 
7.5 
7.5 



15 

7.5 



20 
20 


20 
20 


6/22-8/6/81 
6/22-8/13/81 


20 
20 


20 
20 


6/22-8/6/81 
6/22-8/13/81 


7.5 
7.5 
7.5 


7.5 
7.5 
7.5 


6/22-7/31/81 
6/22-7/31/81 
6/20-7/25/81 


15 
7.5 


15 
7.5 


6/22-7/31/81 
6/22-7/31/81 






Gl to G16 
Page 2 of 8 
6/16/81 



*New hourly instructor- -appointment contingent upon possession and 

recordation of an appropriate California Community College Credential. 
+Regular full time instructor. 
#Pro-rata instructor. 



-56- 



810616-C2 (continued) 



Hours 2/Friday Total Max. Effective 



Name 


Department 

P.E. North 
Mathematics 


Week 


Hours 
3 


Weekly 


f Total 

16 
9 


Dates 


Cancel 
+ DAN FORTH, SUSAN 
GOLTON, ROBERT 


16 
6 


16 
6 


6/22/81 
6/22/81 



810616-G3 

Late 

Registration 

Counselors 

Evening 

Division 



RESOLVED: That the following named counselors be appointed 
to serve as late registration counselors for the total number of 
hours shown for the dates indicated. Salary shall be in accordance 
with the current salary schedule, instructional rate. 



Name 



+CHIN, JESSIE 
HUMISTON, NANCY 
HUMISTON, THOMAS 

+ICASIANO, JOSE 

+LUM, HELEN 

+MADIGAN, PATRICIA 

+MALONEY, CORNELIUS 

+McGOVERN, YVONNE 
MIRELES, ENRIQUE 

+WELLS, WALLACE 



Total Hours 


Effective Dates 


4 


6/18/81 


10 


6/18 5 6/19/81 


10 


6/18 § 6/19/81 


4 


6/18/81 


9 


6/18 § 6/19/81 


8 


6/18 § 6/19/81 


8 


6/18 $ 6/19/81 


4 


6/18/81 


4 


6/19/81 


9 


6/18 & 6/19/81 



810616-G4 RESOLVED: That effective June 22 through July 31, 1981, the 

Special following named certificated personnel be appointed to serve in 

Assignment the Photographic Open Laboratory to provide assistance to students 

Summer with photographic assignments and projects for 16 hours per week. 

Sessio n Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, 

Photography non-instructional rate: 

Name 

KING, CHARLES R. 

PUNSALAN, DOUGLAS 



810616-G5 RESOLVED: That resolution 810602-G15, Study Center Coordinator, 

Rescission of +WEISBACH, CLARICE, be rescinded. 

Resolution 



810616-G6 
Hotel and 
Restaurant 
Counselor 



RESOLVED: That effective June 16 through June 22, 1981, and 
August 31 through September 4, 1981,+CISTARO, PETER, be appointed to 
counsel students in the Hotel and Restaurant program for a total of 
40 hours. Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary 
schedule, instructional rate. 



Gl to G16 
Page 3 of 8 
6/16/81 



-57- 



810616-G7 
Amendment to 
Rcsolut ion 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810602-G7, Summer Session Counselors, 
be amended in part as follows: 



Add 
+SHEPARD, WILLIAM 

Increase 
+MALONEY, CORNELIUS 

+ WELLS, WALLACE 



Total 
72 hours 



From 52 hours 
To " 72 hours 

From 52 hours 
To 60 hours 






Decrease 
+BRINS0N, ROSEMARY 

MIRELES, ENRIQUE 



From 76 hours 
To 64 hours 

From 64 hours 
To ' 48 hours 



810616-G8 

Summer 

Session 

Student 

Health 

Counselor 



RESOLVED: That effective June 22 through July 31, 1981, 
+CABRAL, BARBARA ANN, be appointed to serve as a Student Health 
Counselor for 4 hours per week. Salary shall be in accordance 
with the current salary schedule, instructional rate. 



810616-G9 
Pre-Fall 
Hotel 5 
Restaurant 
Preparation 



RESOLVED: That effective September 2 through September 4, 
1981, the following named certificated personnel be appointed to 
make pre-opening preparations for the Hotel and Restaurant Depart- 
ment for a total of 12 hours each. Salary shall be in accordance 
with the current salary schedule, non-instructional rate: 

Name 

CLUNIES-ROSS, HAMISH 

HAMMERICH, ROY 



810616-G10 
Concert/ 
Lecture 
Series 



Lectures 



Gl to G16 
Page 4 of 8 
6/16/81 



RESOLVED: That the following named individuals be appointed 
for the dated shown and granted the honorarium indicated: 

Lecturer: Richard Wahlberg 

Date: April 28, 1981--7:30-9:30 p.m. 

Location: Sunset Center, Gianinni Middle School 

Honorarium: $25 

Subject: Music 

Mr. Wahlberg has a recording studio in San Francisco in which he 
records music of performing artists. He also has a vintage record 
collection and prepares several weekly radio broadcasts. He is very 
knowledgeable about the programs of the San Francisco Symphony. 



-58- 



810616-CIO 
(continued) 



Lecturer: George Benet 

Date: May 26, 1981--8-9:30 p.m. 

Location: Sunset Center, Gianinni Middle School 

Honorarium: $20 

Subject: San Francisco Poetry 

Mr. Benet is a longshoreman, novelist, short story writer and poet 
He is also a research associate at the Institute for Study of 
Social Change at the University of California, Berkeley. 



810616-G11 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810602-G31, Concert/Lecture Series, 
be amended in part as follows: 

Delete 

Jade Snow Wong 



810616-G12 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810407-G13, Concert/Lecture Series, 
be amended in part as follows: 

Change date of performance 

Orquesta Sabrosita From May 5, 1981 To May 7, 1981 



810616-G13 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810505-G15, Concert/Lecture Series, 
be amended in part as follows: 

Change name of performer 

From Clark McKowan To Clark McKowen 



810616-G14 

Special 

Assignment 

Summer 

Food 

Service 



RESOLVED: That effective June 16 through August 7, 1981, 
CLUNIES-ROSS, HAMISH, be appointed to provide summer food service 
in the Student Cafeteria for a total of 280 hours. Salary shall be 
in accordance with the current salary schedule for non-instructional 
assignments. 



810616-G1S 
Stipend 
Additional 
Responsi- 
bilities 



RESOLVED: That in accordance with the agreement of May 27, 1981, 
between the District and the Department Chairpersons Council, the 
following named individual be paid for assignment to additional 
responsibilities during the Fall semester, 1979. Payment for these 
responsibilities shall be the stipend amount indicated, pro-rated to 
days served: 



Gl to G16 
Page 5 of 8 
6/16/81 



Name 
HERZOG, JANE 



Stipend Category 
$2,700 



■59- 



810616-G16 RESOLVED: That effective July 20 through August 7, 1981, 

Summer +LACR0IX, RICK, be appointed to counsel probationary students for 

Session 30 hours per week. Salary shall be in accordance with the current 

Counselor salary schedule, instructional rate. 



Gl to G16 

Page 6 of 8 
6/16/81 



-60- 



City College of San Francisco 

ETHNIC SURVEY 

NEW FIRST-TIME INSTRUCTORS HIRED BY CITY COLLEGE BY AUTHORITY 
OF FOREGOING RESOLUTIONS 



TIME PERIOD: FROM 



June 2, 1981 



TO 



June 16, 1981 



FACULTY 


WHITE 
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M F 


HISP. 

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OTHER 

ASIAN 

PAC. IS. 

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••FIL. 
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AM.INO. 
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M F 


TOTAL 

M F 


MINORITY 
TOTAL 

M F 


MINORITY 

% 

M F 


Schedule 
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Schedule 
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Hourly 






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1 


1 


100.0 



Part time 



1 Hisp. (F) 



Department 

Physical Education, North 



Gl to G16 
Page 7 of 8 
6/16/81 

"Required lor stjte reports. 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616H1-H7 
Certificated Personnel 
Categorically Funded Programs 
City College of San Francisco 



President and Members: 

Resolution No. 810616H1-H7 covers certificated personnel items 
in categorically funded programs for City College of San Francisco. Services 
are required and funds have been provided by the grantor for each of the 
categorically funded programs appointments. 

California Education Code Section 87470 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may employ persons 
possessing an appropriate credential as certificated employees in programs 
and projects to perform services conducted under contract with public or 
private agencies, or other categorically funded projects of indeterminate 
duration. The terms and conditions under which such persons are employed 
shall be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the governing board and 
such agreement shall be reduced to writing. Service pursuant to this section 
shall not be included in computing the service required as a prerequisite to 
attainment of, or eligibility to, classification as a regular employee of a 
community college district..." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Recommended for adoption: 



Juanita U. Pascual 
Vice President 
Administrative Services 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Kenneth S, 
President 



Washington 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor/ Superintendent 



HI to H7 
Page 1 of 3 
6/16/81 



-63- 



810616-H1 
EOPS 
Summer 
Counselors 



RESOLVED: That the following EOPS Counselors be appointed 
to serve for 20 hours per week for the dates shown. Salary shall 
be in accordance with the current salary schedule, instructional 
rate. Funded 100% EOPS. 



HI to H7 
Page 2 of 3 
6/16/81 



Name 
+CHIN, WILLIAM 

DELGADO, RITA 
+GRIFFIN, BERNICE 
+KWAN, MARION 
+LARIN, RENATO 

McLEAN, CARLOS 
+MUZZLE, QUETTA TYREE 

UBUNGEN, DENNIS 



Effective Dates 

7/1-9/4/81 

6/22-6/26/81 $ 7/20-9/4/81 

6/16-7/2/81 £ 7/13-8/28/81 

6/19-7/31/81 § 8/31-9/4/81 



6/16-6/19/81 
6/16-9/4/81 
6/16-8/14/81 
7/20-9/4/81 



5 8/31-9/4/81 
$ 9/2-9/4/81 



810616-H2 RESOLVED: That the following named certificated personnel be 

Special appointed to serve in the Special Programs Department for the 
Assignment effective dates indicated for the number of hours per week shown. 
Special Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, non- 
Programs instructional rate. Funded 100% EOPS. 

Hrs. 

Name Activity Week 

LEE, FANNY Program Development 20 

SADA, MARCIE NG EOPS Data Technician 15 



Effective Dates 

7/1-9/4/81 

7/1-8/31/81 



810616-H3 

Special 

Assignment 

CAP Project 

GO-2800 - 

14022 



RESOLVED: That effective June 16 through June 19, 1981, 
FLOWERS, APRIL, be appointed to provide materials development for 
the Communications Assistance Project for a total of 20 hours. 
Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, non- 
instructional rate. Funded CAP - 800819-B2. 



810616-H4 

Special 

Assignment 

Special 

Programs 

GO-6100- 

15000-B 



RESOLVED: That effective June 22 through August 31, 1981, the 
following named certificated personnel be appointed to provide 
Outreach Center orientation and curriculum development for the 
Special Programs Department for the number of hours shown. Salary 
shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, non- 
instructional rate. Funded 100% EOPS. 

Hrs. 

Week 



Name 

ARMI STEAD, ELIZABETH 
+CH0W, VICTOR 
0KAMURA, RANDALL 



20 
10 
20 



-64- 



810616-H5 
Special 
Ass igmncnt 
CAP Project 
GO-2800 - 
14022 



RESOLVED: That effective June 22 through July 31, 1981, 
FLOWERS, APRIL be appointed to serve as Project Director for the 
Communications Assistance Project for 35 hours per week. Salary 
shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule, non- 
instructional rate. Funded CAP - 800819-B2. 



810616-H6 RESOLVED: That the following named certificated personnel be 

Special appointed to provide Reading Lab supervision and curriculum develop- 

Assignment ment in the Communications Assistance Project for the number of hours 

CAP Project per week indicated for the effective dates shown. Salary shall be 

GO-2800 - in accordance with the current salary schedule, non-instructional 

14022 rate. Funded CAP - 800819-B2. 



Name 


Hours /Week 


Effective Dates 


CASEY, THOMAS 


30 


6/22-8/6/81 


TUCKER, DIANE 


30 


6/22-8/6/81 


VANDERWERF, WILLEM 


20 


6/22-7/31/81 


WEISBACH, CLARICE 


25 


6/22-7/31/81 



810616-H7 
Amendment to 
Resolution 



RESOLVED: That resolution 810203-H8, Special Assignment, CAP 
Project, be amended in part as follows: 



Change effective dates 
REMMERT, BRENT 



from 1/12-6/15/81 
to 1/12-5/29/81 



HI to H7 
Page 3 of 
6/16/81 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616-Jl 
Certificated Personnel 
Categorically Funded Programs 
Community College Centers , 

President and Members: 

Resolution No. 810616-Jl covers certificated personnel 
items in categorically funded programs for the Community College Centers. 
Services are required and funds have been provided by the grantor for each 
of the categorically funded program appointments. 

California Education Code Section 87470 reads in part as follows: 
"The governing board of any community college district may employ persons 
possessing an appropriate credential as certificated employees in programs 
and projects to perform services conducted under contract with public or 
private agencies, or other categorically funded projects of indeterminate 
duration. The terms and conditions under which such persons are employed 
shall be mutually agreed upon by the employee and the governing board and 
such agreement shall be reduced to writing. Service pursuant to this section 
shall not be included in computing the service required as a prerequisite 
to attainment of, or eligibility to, classification as a regular employee 
of a community college district..." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Laurent R. Broussal 

President 

Community College Centers 

Recommended for adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chance 11 or /Superintendent 

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Honorable Governing Board of the 

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Subject: Resolutions No. 810616-K1 to 810616-K6 
Certificated Personnel 
Community College Centers 



President and Members: 



Resolutions No. 810616-K1 to 810616-K6 cover certificated 
personnel items for the Community College Centers. 

The following resolutions are recommended for adoption. 

Submitted by, 



Burl A. Toler, Director 
Certificated Services 
Community College Centers 



Recommended for adoption: 



R. Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancel lor /Superintendent 



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COM MUNITY COt J . KOE C ENTERS 

81061 6-K3 RESOLVED: That the following instructional program 

Instructional be approved and given at the location shown. For Admin- 

Program istrative purposes, the following program is attached to 

Galileo Community College Center. 

Class; Stress Management 

Location: Galileo (at Kaiser Hosp.) 

Instructor: Francis J. Baron 

No. of Sessions: 4 

Hours per Session: 2 

Fee per Session: $40.00 

Period of Time: 5/19/81-6/9/81 

Group Leader: Claud ie Deyton 

8J0616-K4 RESOLVED: That the following instructional program 

Instructional be approved and given at the location shown. For admin- 

Program istrative purposes, the following program is attached to 

Downtown Community College Center. 

Class: Marketing and Promoting Yourself 
Location: 800 Mission St. 
Instructor: Carolyn S. Biesiadecki 
No. of Sessions: 4 
Hours per Session; 3 
Fee per Session: $105.00 
Period of Time: 7/7/81-7/28/81 
Group Leader: Rita George 

810616-K5 RESOLVED: That the following instructional program 

Amendment attached to Galileo Community College Center be amended 

as shown. 

Resolution No. 810310-K36 



CANCEL: Alex Binik - 5/6/81 - Fee: $60.00 

ADD: Alex Binik - 5/27/81 - Fee: $60.00 

8 10616-K6 RESOLVED: That the following instructional program 

Amendment . attached to Experimental Programs/Labor Studies be amended 

as shown. 

Resolution No. 810505-K15 



CHANGE DATES FROM: 5/12, 5/19, 5/26/81 
TO ; 5/13, 5/20, 5/27/81 



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Honorable Govern lnp, Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616-L1 

Amending employment contract for the purpose of 

a) purchasing tax sheltered annuities, or 

b) contributing to tax sheltered custodial accounts, 

for those employees requesting such purchases or contributions 

Presidnet and Members: 

The Governing Board by Resolution No. 791120-B1 has made available 
to its employees the provisions of Section A03(b) of the U. S. Internal Revenue 
Code of 1954 as amended, and Section 17512 of the California Revenue and Taxa- 
tion Code. 

Employees of the San Francisco Community College District may enter 
into an amendment of their employment contracts for the purpose of effecting a 
reduction in the salaries paid to such employees, and that for each employee 
who voluntarily elects to accept such reduction in his or her salary, the San 
Francisco Community College District shall, as directed by such employee, a) 
purchase, with an amount equal to the reduction in salary, a nontransferable 
annuity contract issued by an insurance company selected by the employee, in 
which the employee's rights are nonforfeitable except for failure to pay 
future premiums, and in which all rights under said annuity contracts shall be 
exercisable by the employee concerned, or b) contribute an amount equal to 
such reduction in salary to a custodial account of a custodian selected by the 
employee, in which all rights under said custodial account shall be exercisable 
by the employee concerned. 

The Governing Board by Resolution No. 791120-B1 authorized the 
Chancellor Superintendent, Vice Chancellor - Business, Chief Accountant, or 
Head Accountant to purchase such annuity contracts or contribute to such 
custodial accounts, subject to ratification by the Governing Board. 

The following ratifying resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Governing Board of the San Francisco Community 

College district amend the salary of the following individual 
employee by the amount indicated; this amount will be used to purchase 
or contribute to a tax sheltered annuity or tax sheltered custodial 
account as selected by the employee, complying with the provisions 
of Section 403(b) of the United States Internal Revenue Code, and 
Section 17512 of the California Revenue and Taxation Code; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board purchase tax sheltered 

annuity contract or contribute to a custodial 
account as selected by the employee complying with the provisions set 
forth above, for the following employee; said purchase or contribution 
to be with the insurance company or the custodian as selected by the 
employee and in the amount directed by the employee to become effective 
as soon as administratively possible. 



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EMPLOYEE NO. 



AMOUNT PER MONTH 



Tax Sheltered Annuity 
Bankers Life & Casualty 



Great American Life 
Great West Life 



Metropolitan Life 

Nationwide Life 

Paul Revere Variable 
ii 

Security Benefit Life 
Variable Annuity Life 



Western National Life 

Tax Sheltered Custodial Account 

State Street Bank & Trust Company 
(Fidelity Distributors Corp.) 



004539 


$500.00 


025465 


150.00 


043852 


1,200.00 


076875 


500.00 


915060 


250.00 


016687 


350.00 


025499 


750.00 


040331 


694.00 


040829 


630.00 


042220 


847.00 


051973 


726.00 


062327 


777.00 


084340 


600.00 


906197 


500.00 


948168 


200.00 


974704 


185.00 


978384 


200.00 


980707 


500.00 


999221 


250.00 


057950 


500.00 


015677 


800.00 


055022 


800.00 


047938 


750.00 


009379 


320.00 


010183 


200.00 


010451 


225.00 


029029 


400.00 


952725 


750.00 


998960 


300.00 


914637 


100.00 



054335 



1,700.00 



FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Governing Board amend the salary 

of the following individual employees by 
the amount indicated as a result of their termination of amendment 
to employment contract: 



Tax Sheltered Annuity 

American United Life 
Variable Annuity Life 

Recommended for adoption: 

Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 

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EMPLOYEE NO. 



041925 
913615 



AMOUNT PER MONTH 



$200.00 
450.00 



Submitted by, 

Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

i 

Subject: Notice of Intention to Amend San Francisco 
Community College District Policy Manual 
Section 1.12 

President and Members: 

San Francisco Community College District Policy Manual Section 1.05 
reads in part as follows: " Adoption of Policies, Bylaws and Regulations . 
Any policy or regulation may be adopted by the Board, be amended or repealed 
by an affirmative vote of four members at any meeting, providing notice of 
said intended action has been given at a previous meeting." 

NOTICE is hereby given that the following proposed 
amendment to the San Francisco Community College 
District Policy Manual Section 1.12 shall be acted 
upon at the next Regular Meeting of the Governing 
Board of the San Francisco Community College District: 

WHEREAS: There may exist some feeling or belief on behalf of 
some faculty, staff, students or administrators of 
this District that members of the Governing Board 
should not be communicated with either orally or 
in writing; and 

WHEREAS: It is the conviction of this Governing Board that it 
will assist in the better governance of this District 
to encourage a fuller flow of information; 

RESOLVED: That the San Francisco Community College District 
Policy Manual Section 1.12 be amended to read 

as follows: 

(NOTE: Additions or substitutions are indicated by 
italic type; deletions are indicated by 
((double parentheses)). ) 

It is adopted as policy of this District that 
any member of the Governing Board should feel 
free to communicate with any person affiliated 
with this institution and conversely that any 
student, staff, faculty member or administrator 
feel free and be encouraged to communicate with 
members of the Governing Board on matters 
concerning the District. 

Submitted by, 



John Riordan 
Lillian Sing 
Tim Wolfred 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616-S1 

Authorizing destruction of records, 
List No. 5 , District Business Office 

President and Members: 

The District Business Office has a formal records management system 
including a procedure for classification, retention, and destruction of its 
records. 

The system conforms to the regulations contained in Title 5, Cali- 
fornia Administrative Code, Chapter 2.5, commencing with Section 59020. It 
also exceeds the records retention requirements set by the U. S. Department 
of Health, Education and Welfare under Title 45, Code of Federal Regulations, 
commencing with Section 74.20. 

Records classified as "Permanent," if microfilmed in accordance 
with regulations, and records classified as "Disposable," at the end of their 
retention period, may be destroyed. 

Attached is a Recommendation for Destruction of Records, List No. 5, 
containing a list of records of the District Business Office that have passed 
the retention period and/or have been microfilmed. 

Title 5, California Administrative Code Section 59028 reads as 
follows: "The governing board shall: (a) approve or disapprove the recom- 
mendations of the chief administrative officer; (b) order a reclassification 
when necessary or desirable; (c) order by action recorded in the minutes 
(with lists attached) the destruction of records in accordance with these 
regulations." 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

WHEREAS: The records of the District Business Office listed in the 

attached Recommendation for Destruction of Records, List 
No. 5, have passed the statutory retention period and/or have been 
microfilmed; 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or 

Vice Chancellor, Business be and is 

hereby authorized and directed to destroy those records specified 
in the attached Recommendation for Destruction of Records, List 
No. 5 } District Business Office, by shredding. 

Submitted by, 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 

Attachment - List No. 5 
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S1TCD I»r.0-]3'i 

bill 



RAN Francisco corctuiUTY cnu.r.CK district 
recommendation for destruction of records 



List No. 



Page 



of 



In accordance with Title 5, California Administrative Code Chanter 2.5, 

comnc.ncinr. with Section 50020, the records of District Business Office 

listed below arc recommended for destruction. I certify that no records are 
included i:» the list in conflict with the provisions of said repulati-Ons. 



t 



NAME AND/OR TITLE OF FILE 


RECORDS 
DATE 


REFERENCE/ 
SERIAL NO. 


IF MICROFILMED, 
ROLL INDEX NO. 


BUDCET 








Budget Request 


1973-74 




DBO 73 801 Rl 


Control 


1973-74 




DBO 73 801 Rl 


Certificated Salaries 


1973-74 




DBO 73 801 Rl 


Classified Salaries 


1973-74 




DBO 73 801 Rl 


Personal Services - Class/Cert Sal 


1973-74 




DBO 73 801 Rl 


Tentative Budget 


1973-74 




DBO 73 801 Rl 


Publication Budget 


1973-74 




DBO 73 801 Rl 


Probable Revenues & Expenditures 


1973-74 




DBO 73 801 Rl 


A & Division 


1973-74 




DBO 7 3 801 Rl 


Enrollment & Faculty by Discipline 


1973-74 




DBO 73 801 Rl 


Revenues 


1973-74 




DBO 73 801 Rl 


Governing Board 


1973-74 




DBO 73 801 Rl 


Budget Files 


1973-74 




DBO 73 801 R2 


GOVERNING BOARD AGENDA 








Chronological 


1974-75 




DBO 74 101 Rl 


Minutes 


1974-75 




DBO 74 101 Rl 


Subject 


1974-75 




DBO 74 101 Rl 



Destruction Approved 
per Resolution No. 



Dcstmction Supervised by: 



iJ.-Hi' 



Signed 



Date 




Chancellor Superintendent 



JUN 5 1981 






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SAN FRANCISCO COr'JOJNlTY COLLEGE DISTRICT 



RECO'tMFNDATION FOR DESTRUCTION OF RECORDS 



List No. _5 
Pap.e 2 



of 



In accordance with Title 5, California Administrative Code ChaDter 2.5, 
commencing with Section 59020, the records of District Business Office 
listed below are recommended for destruction. I certify that no records are 
included in the list in conflict with the provisions of said regulations. 



NAME AND /OR TITLE OF FILE 


RECORDS 
DATE 


REFERENCE/ 
SERIAL NO. 


IF MICROFILMED, 
ROLL INDEX NO. 


Confidential Letters 


1974-75 




DBO 74 101 Rl 


SFUSD AGENDAS 


1974-75 




DBO 74 102 Rl 


EX- BATCH 
Listing 


1974-75 


0701-0652 


DBO 74 201 Rl 


Invoices 


1974-75 


42223-69819 


DBO 74 201 Rl & R2 


SOFT WARRANTS 








General 


1974-75 


0001-2169 


DBO 74 202 Rl & R2 


Cafeteria Fund 


1974-75 


01-24 


DBO 74 202 R2 


v Child Development Fund 


1974-75 


01-19 


DBO 74 202 R2 


) 

Special Reserve 


1974-75 




DBO 74 202 R2 


State Sales Tax 


1974-75 




DBO 74 202 R2 


Trust 


1974-75 




DBO 74 202 R2 


REVOLVING FUND PURCHASE ORDERS 








File Copy 


1974-75 


0001-3138 


DBO 74 203 Rl 


Paid RFPO's 


1974-75 


0001-3200 


DBO 74 203 R2-R4 


ENCUMBRANCES 








Payment Request 


1974-75 


4001-1/4098-1 


DBO 74 204 Rl & R2 


Request Register 


1974-75 


4001-4098 


DBO 74 204 Rl 


Certified Copy 


1974-75 




DBO 74 204 Rl 



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Destruction Approved 
per Resolution No. 



Destruction Supervised by: 



Dat o 



Signed 



Date 





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Chancellor Superintendent 



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san fra::cisco community colleoe district 



reco!du:ndation for destruction of records 



List No. 



Page 



of 6 



In accordance with Title 5, California Administrative Code Chanter 2.5, 
commencing with Section 59020, the records of _ D istrict Busi ness Office 
listed below arc recommended for destruction. I certify that no records are 
included in the list in conflict with the provisions of said regulations. 



NAME AND /OR TITLE OF FILE 


RECORDS 
DATE 


REFERENCE/ 
SERIAL NO. 


IF MICROFILMED, 

ROLL INDEX NO. 


Encumbrance Request (D.O. Copy) 


1974-75 






Encumbrance Register Posting Copy 


1974-75 






REVOLVING FUND VOUCHERS 








Master File 


1974-75 


4.1- 4.109 


DBO 74 205 Rl 


Mileage Vouchers 


1974-75 


4.8-4.109 


DBO 74 205 Rl 


Petty Cash 


1974-75 


4.1-4.107 


DBO 74 205 Rl 


■Purchase Orders 


1974-75 


4.2-4.106 


DBO 74 205 Rl 


Travel 


1974-75 


4.6-4.108 


DBO 74 205 Rl 


CAFETERIA RECORDS 








Purchase Orders 


1974-75 


4056-5581 


DBO 74 211 Rl 


Paid PO's 


1974-75 


1177-1621 


DBO 74 211 Rl 


Sales Tax Return 


1974-75 




DBO 74 211 Rl 


Accounting Ledgers 


1974-75 




DBO 74 211 Rl 


P0 Register 


1974-75 




DBO 74 211 Rl 


Bank Deposits 


1974-75 






Accounts Receivable 


1974-75 






Change Fund 


1974-75 






Memos 


1974-75 







Destruction Approved 
per Resolution No. 



Destruction Supervised bv: 



P.il 



Signed 



Date 





Chancellor Superintendent 



J UN 5 1981 



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RECOMMENDATION FOR DESTRUCTION OF RECORDS 



List No. _5 

Pape 4 of 6 



In accordance with Title 5, California Administrative Code Chanter 2.5, 

comnencinp. with Section 59020, the records of District Busin ess Off ice 

listed below are recommended for destruction. I certify that no records are 
included in the list in conflict with the provisions of said regulations. 



NAME AND/OR TTTLF OF FILE 


RECORDS 
DATE 


REFERENCE/ 
SERIAL NO. 


IF MICROFILMED, 
ROLL INDEX NO. 


Reconciliation of Treas. B/S Bal. 


1974-75 






Request for Warrant 


1974-75 . 






Statement of Income 


1974-75 






Inventory 


1974-75 






Treasurer's Deposit Sheets 


1974-75 






MRR's Not Used 


1974-75 






DENTAL & DRUG 








->^ Control Sheets 


1974-75 




DBO 74 212 Rl 


J 

Adjustments to Prior Period 


1974-75 




DBO 74 212 Rl 


Membership Listing 


1974-75 




DBO 74 212 Rl 


Correspondence 


1974-75 




DBO 74 212 Rl 


Payment Request - Life Ins. Year 


1974-75 






Payment Request - Drug 


1974-75 






Payment Request - Dental 


1974-75 






Membership Audit 


Fall *74 






Membership Audit 


Spring '75 






Dependent Audit 


Fall '74 






Dependent Audit 


Spring '75 







Destruction Approved 
per Resolution No. 



' 



Destruction Supervised by: 



:vu 



Si fined 



Date 



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Khnncellor Superintendent 



JUN 5 1981 



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san francisco community college district 



RECOMMENDATION TOIL DESTRUCTION OF RE CORDS 



List No. 



Pane 



5 of 



In accordance with Title 5, California Administrative Code Chanter 2.5, 
commencing with Section 59020, the records of Di stri ct Business Office 
listed he low are recommended for destruction. I certify that no records are 
included in the list in conflict with the provisions of said regulations. 



NAME AND/OR TITLE OF FILE 


RECORDS 
DATE 


. REFERENCE/ 
SERIAL NO. 


IF MICROFILMED, 
ROLL INDEX NO. 


Dependent Audit & Forms 


1974-75 






Life Ins. Mem. List - Grange Mut.Life 


1974-75 






ACCOUNTING - OTHER 








Order for Service or Work 


1974-75 




DBO 74 221 Rl 


IDWO - Certified Copy 


1974-75 




DBO 74 221 Rl 


Request to Cancel Work Order 


1974-75 




DBO 74 221 Rl 


Dept. Invoice - Certified Copy 


1974-75 




DBO 74 221 Rl 


Request for Warrant 


1974-75 


001-325 


DBO 74 221 Rl 


Repro. Bureau - Job Order Forms 


1974-75 




DBO 74 221 Rl 


Warehouse Issue Sheets 


1974-75 




DBO 74 221 Rl 


Order for Service or Work Invoice Cpy 


1974-75 






IDWO (D.O. Copy) 


1974-75 






Dept. Invoice - Advance Copy 


1974-75 






Dept. Invoice - Running Copy 


1974-75 






Central Shop Expenditures 


1974-75 






Purchasing Gas & Oil Statements 


1974-75 






Telephone Bills 


1974-75 






Cancellation of Purchase Orders 


1974-75 







Destruction Approved 
per Resolution No. 



Destruction Supervised by: 



Date 



Signed 



Date 




m 




Chancel] or Superintendent 



. JUN 5 1981 



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RECOMMENDATION FOR DESTRUCTION OF RECORDS 



List No. 



Pn p,c 6 of 



In accordance with Title 5, California Administrative Code Chapter 2.5, 

commencing with Section 59020, the records of District Busine ss Office 

listed he low arc recommended for destruction. I certify that no records are 
included in the list in conflict with the provisions of said regulations. 



KATIE AND/OR TITLE OF FILE 



RECORDS 
DATE 



REFERENCE/ 
SERIAL NO. 



IF MICROFILMED, 
ROLL INDEX NO. 



Request for Traveling Reqns. RF 



197A-75 



PURCHASE ORDERS 



PO's for Equipment 



1974-75 



10899-42654 



DBO 74 291 Rl 



PO's 



1974-75 



00001-42654 



DBO 74 291 Rl 



Reqn. for Supplies, Services & Equip 



1974-75 



DBO 74 292 R1-R3 



Closed PO Requisitions 



1974-75 



DBO 74 293 Rl 



Closed PO Requisitions 



1974-75 



0001-3398 



DBO 74 293 Rl 



J 



Closed Traveling Requisitions 



1974-75 



10000-42654 



DBO 74 293 Rl 



Advance Copy PO 



1974-75 



33000-42654 



Open PO Requisitons 



1974-75 



0001-3378 



Request for Travel Requisitons 



1974-75 



Purchase Order Encumbrances 



1974-75 



Outstanding PO's 



1974-75 









Destruction Approved 
per Resolution No. 



Destruction Supervised by 



:•>.!,- 



Signed 



Date 




Chimed 1 or Superintendent 



JUN 5 1931 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616-S2 

Administrative Leave for Sabbatical Study/Travel 

President and Members: 

Resolution No. 810616-S2 covers a certificated personnel item for 
the San Francisco Community College Centers Division. 

RESOLVED: That MARLENE BUTLER be granted administrative leave from 

her regular position as a Schedule I instructor at 
John Adams Community College Center, for the school year 1981-82 
for sabbatical study/ travel. Salary shall be in accordance with the 
1981-82 Schedule I Instructors' Salary Schedule. 

Submitted by, 



D 



Reginald Y. Alexander 
Vice Chancellor 
Certificated Services 

Recommended for adoption: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancel lor/Superintendent 



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The Honorable Governing Board of the 
San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616-W1 

Authorization to enter into a lease 
with the San Francisco Unified School 
District for the use of John Hancock School 

President and Members: 

In order to better serve the Chinatown North Beach community of San 
Francisco this District for several years has attempted to lease a school from 
the Unified School District. Agreement now has been reached between the two 
staffs and, with the assistance of the City Director of Property, a tentative 
lease is being negotiated for the entire John Hancock School building at 940 
Filbert Street, for a period of 20 years. 

California Education Code Section 11002 states: "The governing boards 
of two or more school districts or community college districts whose boundaries 
are contiguous or coterminous may enter into an agreement upon such terms and 
conditions as may be agreeable to the respective governing boards for the joint 
use and maintenance of school buildings and other school facilities". 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent is authorized to 
enter into a Lease agreement with the San Francisco 
Unified School District for the use of the entire John Hancock 
School at 980 Filbert Street. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the prepaid rental for the use of said space 

shall be $1,700,000. total for a period of 20 
years commencing July 1, 1981 or shortly thereafter upon possession. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Lessee not be responsible for 

damage by fire, earthquake, the elements, 
or enemy attack, including any action taken by the military, naval 
or air forces of the United States, except, however, that the Lessee 
shall be responsible for damage by its own negligence; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That based on California Education Code 

Section 11002, the present Child Development 
Center operated by the S. F. Unified School District will be permitted 
to continue. 






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Recommended for approval: 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



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Submitted by, 



Julie Tang 
Lillian Sing 
Members 
Governing Board 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 

Subject: Resolution No. 810616-W2 

Authorization to issue Interdepartmental Work 
Order in the amount of $1,000.00 to Department 
of Public Works Bureau of Architecture to obtain 
necessary plan approvals, prepare bidding documents 
and obtain bids for the project: Airport School 
Additions and Alterations. 

President and Members: 

By the adoption of Resolution No's 780516-W2 and 801021-W1, the 
Governing Board authorized the issuance of a Service Order to Chin & Hensolt, 
Engineers, Inc. to Prepare plans and specifications for proposed construction 
work at the Airport School. 

Plans and specifications have been completed by the above-mentioned 
firm. Work remaining before putting the project out to bid consists of obtain- 
ing Office of the State Architect approval of the structural portion and prepa- 
ration of the balance of the bidding documents prior to advertising for bids. 
This work was not included in the scope of the Service Order issued to Chin& 
Hensolt. 

Authorization to advertise for bids will be sought from the Governing 
Board when necessary approvals and bidding documents are complete. 

Bureau of Architecture assistance will also be required during the 
bidding phase and the award of contract. Therefore, authorization is requested 
at this time to issue an Interdepartmental Work Order in the amount of $1,000.00 
to cover the Bureau's cost in accomplishing this service. 

Funds are available to cover the Work Order in SFCCD Appn. No. S7 9740 
62000, Construction Airport Building; CCSF Appn. No. 321075-2690-745/07. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That authorization be and is hereby given for the 
Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor, 
Buniness to issue an Interdepartmental Work Order to the 
Department of Public Works, Bureau of Architecture to cover 
the cost of services required to obtain plan approvals, prepare 
biddingdocuments and obtain bids for the project: Airport School 
Additionsand Alterations , and to charge such costs to SFCCD Appn. 
No. S7 9740 62000, Construction Airport Building ; CCSF Appn. 
No. 321075-2690-745/07, $1,000.00 



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Reviewed and approved 
as to finance by: 



Jun Iwamoto 

Vice Chancellor, Business 



Recommended for adoption 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Submitted by, 



George W.Shaw 
Assistant Director 
Facilities and Planning 



Charles N. Collins 
Associate Director 
Facilities and Planning 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College of San Francisco 



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Honorable Governing Board of the 

San Francisco Community College District 






Subject: Resolution No. 810616-W3 

Authorization to enter into a rental agreement for 
the use of the Language Laboratory of the Chinatown 
Resources Development Center by the City College 
Evening Division 

City College of San Francisco has been using the services of the Language 
Laboratory in the Chinatown Resources Development Center located at 615 Grant Avenue. 
The College desires to continue its use and the Chinese Language and ESL classes 
scheduled there during the 1981/1982 school year. Tentative arrangements have been 
made with the Center to rent their facility at a cost to the District of $50.00 per 
month. 

The following resolution is recommended for adoption: 

RESOLVED: That the Chancellor Superintendent and/or Vice Chancellor, 

Business, are hereby authorized to enter into a rental agreement 
with the Chinatown Resources Development Center, 615 Grant Avenue, for 
the use of their Language Laboratory, 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the rental for the use of said Laboratory 

shall be at the rate of $50.00 per month to 
include all maintenance, utilities and custodial services. The term of 
the rental agreement shall be from July 1, 1981 through June 30, 1982. 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Lessee not be responsible for damage 

by fire, earthquake, the elements or enemy 
attack, including any action taken by the military, naval, or air forces 
of the United States, except, however, that the Lessee shall be responsible 
for damage by its own negligence; and 

FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That no obligation on the part of the San 

Francisco Community College District shall 
arise under this agreement unless performed under the authority of a 
"Term Purchase Agreement" issued by the District and approved by the 
Real Estate Department for and on the behalf of the Community College 
District, and duly certified as to funds by the Controller of said 
City and County pursuant to the provisions of Section 6.302 of the 
Charter of said City and County. 



Submitted by: 



Recommended for adoption: 



Jun Iwamoto 
Vice Chancellor 
Business 



Herbert M. Sussman 
Chancellor Superintendent 



Charles N. Collins 
Associate Director 
Facilities and Planning 



Kenneth S. Washington 

President 

City College of San Francisco 



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